When you had her, you wanted the one; When you had him, you wanted the one; When you did not have her, you did not want the one; When you did not have him, all the more, you did not want the one, at all. Whom did you really want, the one or the watching … Continue reading Exhibitionists
They got a canvas, an easel, a brush and some pastels and drew a burning fire on the surface. Basically the canvas does not have the physical and molecular property to ignite a fire and so will not burn by itself. The others passing by who saw illusive illustration thought the fire which was made … Continue reading Reality in blaze
Meet your destiny How do you ever know who your real father is? You learn it from your mother. Right? The person who she points out and says is indeed your father. It's the untainted, unwavering trust you have on her word which makes your natural instincts believe who your father is. And that is … Continue reading Destiny and Relationships
Never thought seriously about anything. Anything at all. May be the basic instinct of fear embedded in the genes from ancestry times, originating ultimately from the same stem cell, has gripped the umbilical cord of a being for a short while and has eventually eased, making emotions dissolve onto nothingness about anything under the sun … Continue reading Humane contradictions
I said, I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not with my tongue: I will keep my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me. I was dumb with silence, I held my peace, even from good; and my sorrow was stirred. My heart was hot within me, while I … Continue reading Share Verse
Give me my experiences that I can store it as memories at the barns of my senescence. The experiences of my present you refuse are the happiness you refuse me when during one cold winter, you too would have taken the journey of pilgrimage, lost in fog of fate. Who will travel first and who … Continue reading Memories, my right.
You have over the passing period of time gained much confidence to be alive without oxygen, which once in your lifetime you claimed that you could not survive without. I knew from then that you could. You could swim through space without the life-support, which was just an illusion of dependence to you. Maybe you … Continue reading The solar Eclipse