What could the Truth be?

When something becomes truth because it is conveniently comparable and the entire idea can be suitably placed with other ideas. The puzzling theory is that the pattern of truth should replicate the perception, acceptance, and feasibility; at times, their correspondence with the community, the acceptable language is also a criterion to choose them. Often, there are sketchy ideas of truths; from the observed, absorbed, and … Continue reading What could the Truth be?

Who Knew

It appeared to be a flimsy partition Eyes were curious, neck twitched, and the head decided to peek through It was a buffooning moment, almost devastatingly dense territory A mistaken choice to plunge the head into a viscous reality Who creates these ultimate illusions? Diabolical bastards of a vicious world Eyes stuck now, trying too desperately, neck can’t swivel- no sense of direction Mouth is … Continue reading Who Knew

Distressing Reality

The universe is clothed in profoundness, brilliance, clarity, wonder, magic To the mind that wishes to settle in the darkness who cannot experience them all Marvel that this life is, becomes a burden with the adoption of troublesome thoughts Sliced between two realities, the thin balance is incredibly a tricky time to negotiate Diffusing negativity and shadows thereafter menacingly drive life towards obscurity Vital nature … Continue reading Distressing Reality

Earnest Writing

Writing falls apart if they do not discuss the philosophical aspects of thoughts. Somewhere, the mind is inspired, disturbed, excited, and determined to translate them as convincingly possible. Myriad thoughts provoke the mind to write! When life itself is a philosophy, the thoughts, actions, and consequences are part of that philosophical belief system. The soul is in a synergistic relationship with philosophical existence. Birthed from … Continue reading Earnest Writing

Some Fable

Some of the perceptions about Quixotic definitions are baseless antagonism Eyes perceive, but the mind is in a world of its own; not in sync with worldly ideologies Consciousness from the subconscious annihilates the common frivolous reasoning  Rebelling is designed in an attractive way to be presented as heroism World never tires of cliches but creates another new meaning from barren ideas Easily shepherded by … Continue reading Some Fable

At a Table

A posture that ignores a constant knock on the door Turning away stubbornly and not to look back again; not even in repentance The hands are burdened with collected memorabilia Wooden table looks forlorn, a frozen quadrupedal looks dumbfounded No more coffee stains and endless gossips about the rations Now, space will be occupied with reclusive stirring of emotions Window will stare at the half-eaten … Continue reading At a Table