Often Repeated

You can steal the colours from a painting Mastery cannot be imitated Ideas can be stolen and propagated The interpretations will be flawed Sarcasm is always original From emaciated minds, they ooze Language slips through the perforated tongue Just to be heard and taken seriously Or jealous about pure reasons Those who spend their life comprehending A life with the deepest compassion Highlight the flaws … Continue reading Often Repeated

Valiant Denial

With unholy eagerness, the words were gathered Their origin and values misconstrued due to a dearth of time Harrowingly pulled to be presented under the limelight  When it becomes natural to please the rapacious demands Indulgence in the superficial composition is a secret joy Charming they may read due to the heavy adornments Those you cannot love dearly but eager to release them soon Youthful … Continue reading Valiant Denial

6 ways to Blog Effectively

1. Purpose It is important that you clearly mention the purpose of your blog. A blog without a clearly defined purpose or the one that has too many random topics can make the blog appear unorganised. 2. Reading Reading will help you with new ideas for your blog. It is often while reading that you will come across something interesting to write about in your … Continue reading 6 ways to Blog Effectively

Distorted Perspectives

How many poorly painted paintings can you display  Against the walls that are fragile and garishly coloured Promises of that utopian falsehood depicted in many ways Surrealism distorted, with every breath taken in haste Colours were wrapped in suspicious packages Enveloped with artificial sentiments and suspicious blends Overzealous promotions to join the league- symbolic fame Perspectives lack depth while crudely annotating  The medium of averages … Continue reading Distorted Perspectives

The Works of Creativity

Never mould your creativity according to the myriad demands. The mettle of a writer, poet, and artists is determined by the ability to evolve with a kind of uniqueness that reflects from each creation. If a work of creativity is hesitant, reticent, and diluted with echoes of those demands to shape them accordingly, means it is not entirely an honest creation. Once creativity is compromised, … Continue reading The Works of Creativity

How Original

Cultivate your natural style of writing, a passion, and flair for creativity. Imitating the stylistic approach of writer/writers does not reflect the individual craftsmanship. A writer, poet, and artist of any genre will definitely be inspired by work of greats, but that does not mean they will necessarily imitate their style. To develop a unique style of creativity requires dedication, natural flair, and the maturity … Continue reading How Original

Life’s Manuscript

Along the journey So many ideas have been overwritten As new ones found acceptance Such is the fate of life’s palimpsest Visible tirade of the former Where words wrangle about legitimacy Ideas start resembling a knotted rope Threatening to strangulate originality Break through the imaginary confines Seek original ideas and write afresh Let a new manuscript be adorned With the ideas that can outlive defiance© Continue reading Life’s Manuscript

Philosophical Ramblings~1

Trust in your dreams and ideas. They may sometimes seem outrageous, but they are still yours.  When you derive something, from which has already been stated, written, spoken, or part of folklore, hearsay, planted theories, hypotheses, then it’s time to ponder whether you are not distilling all these into your thoughts and rather than being an original thought, it becomes a sediment of all of … Continue reading Philosophical Ramblings~1