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There are times when I seem that everything is poetry,
when things do not seem automatically as they are;
when the gloom of the morning forbids the birdsong… 196 more words

Poetry

Solitude and the Spirit

Solitude is something to savor; the desire for which strengthens over time, the older I get the more I cherish it. This doesn’t, however, mean I want to be alone. 372 more words

Personal Essays

Seeking Wisdom

Almost a year since I attended Vipasana at Igatpuri. 10 days that could change life.

One year of solitude and catching up with all the reading. 70 more words

Thoughts

Longing For One Kiss

The stormy eye

And the bipolar tear

The hedonic lips

And the crooked tongue

The fragile smile

And the concrete teeth

The flushed cheeks

And the proud chin… 36 more words

Poems

Pensioner

PENSIONER

The man needs a piece of beef to chew on.
Too long has he been on a lean diet of dribbled tea
And besides their sips, the toast he nibbles… 220 more words

It's Okay To Push People Away

We’re so used to pushing people away. We drive them away, only to protect ourselves — those walls of imperfection peeps beneath the silhouette of a sturdy barrier. 574 more words

I'm back

Hi all,

I am back here after a brief time away. I hadn’t really been feeling very inspired but I am starting to get fits and starts of creativity again. 166 more words

Poems