A Wind’s Tale

Started at 3 pm to look for morality, Hours minutes pass by, Walking waiting sleeping But road to morality seemed long On the curvy path few are busy, Some in slumber, some don’t  really care… My guardian angel texted ” do not disturb” Keep on marching, keep on trudging  Perhaps one must ask what is …

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Swaying To Notes of Thousand

Swaying to the  notes of thousand  bagpipers… dropping all shames twirling round round, like darvesh in  wild wild forest. Whatever happens  will happen! It’s all god’s will why interfere why despair? Some days are bad like today, I am rollin rollin going spiral down  free falling.. Thought to bounce swaying just pounce dropping shames… Whatever …

Moonlight

As I sat bathed in random thoughts At the edge of a vintage window In the eerie stillness of one August night I glanced upon a sight so astral A celestial vision draped in pale  A white heavenly silhouette peeking At me through the darker ghostly leaves  Emanating a softer radiance gently immersing My entire physical …

Grace

Her passing an irreparable loss, I knew She will be gone before I will stand on my feet Like a short-lived spring, she flowered and blossomed And moved on to far lands, behind those tall mountains Becoming some legend in a fabled, mythical distant land Her angelic crisscross face echoing tales of a very hard …

Finding Purpose in Small Things

Since centuries great sages and individuals have tried to discover the purpose of human life. We human beings indulge ourselves in different vacations in life to seek meaning. Some of us see our purpose in the family and its responsibilities, some in their professions while some wander in the forests to seek answers. Purpose drives …

The Hermit

Once a man from mountains Prayed in a little cave, carved By the mighty slopes, in his Dark little den, the hermit Sought the benevolent god Twenty-eight days and nights Storms howled, giant trees Uprooted, jackals growled But the denizen without Flinching sat still, on the Twenty-eight day of the ninth Month, a vision bright …

Strength In Silence

“Those who are quiet value the words. When their task is completed, people will say: We did it ourselves.”  -Lao Tzu In our culture, we are taught the value of speaking our minds. I have never been afraid to utter what I feel. Hailing from a culture where women are denied a voice and looked …

Why You Should Shun Your Ego

“Ego is just like the dust in the eyes without clearing the dust we can’t see anything clearly, so clear the ego and see the world.” Buddha We dwell in our tiny selfish world of me and myself.  A world where self-centeredness and egotism prevails, where we consider ourselves as the sole makers of our …