Begrudgingly agreeing to the sudden spurt of conversations The night could have gone wrong- the rancour still lingers in the breath Juvenile reactions, maybe, but the day does not carry a friendly sentiment Still churning within, after having fallen asleep after a long battle With questions from the incautious world- replies stifle the tongue A careless body, tired from the conventional emotions; feels strange Somewhere, … Continue reading Agreeing Reluctantly
While checking the papers, there were some extra pigments It was not about glancing through the words, but also reading them with intent Carefully, the other hues appear magically Travelling through another dimension of my existence Here, my reality is, but there, my reality was- the memories retained the colours Feeling exposed! As if the entire world has transformed into a glass orb Bright lights … Continue reading The Pigments
Being repetitive can be energy consuming; as if the incoming fresh energy is mired in a stagnant, but the forceful vortex of chaos over a single idea. Yet repetition is ubiquitous! There is a propensity to memorise everything we come across- our thoughts, actions and the prevailing solutions that we absorb from the pressures of surrounding society. Learning too is instilled with repetitiveness; the memorisation … Continue reading Repetitive
Change is immortal and does communicate with time Not the change that we aspire maybe, but it is essential Accrued changes, the subtle changes, and changed changes All types are true and reality changes accordingly too Somewhere the heart feels so heckled by all this necessity As the anguish runs fervently through the backbone Change seems to be alien creatures that creep in Such experiences … Continue reading Change It Is…
Writing is never an easy journey. It’s a circuitous way towards a handful of words. Sometimes they are unknown in their nature, sometimes forceful, sometimes evocative, sometimes depressing, sometimes flattering, and sometimes argumentative. Even a tiring journey as this won’t assure the writer a peaceful way with words. Adroitly handling the diverse nature of emotions requires tact. The pen is only skillful only after the … Continue reading So, you write?