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Soul Searching

Oh, skies of blue,

Won’t you relieve my sadness too?

Something never seems right;

My soul always carries a hidden plight.

I’ve tried to understand it; … 325 more words

Poetry 365 - Day 237 (My Malaise)

A dark drifting cloud
Like a sudden summer storm
Brooding, building, rumbling
Hanging over my head
Sullen, sad , tortured faces
Are all I see… 75 more words

Poetry

The Malaise

Never had I met a race so doomed as this one. In its own language, its own name means ‘to wither’. Its English pronunciation means ‘an unknown uneasiness’. 486 more words

Malay Release

The malaise of cutting corners ..

Two of our favourite restaurants have forced me to mull over this topic … We went to Haldirams a few days back and I asked for my staple “Raj Kachori” which according to me, no one makes better than Haldirams. 746 more words

Daily Ramblings

My fevered brow (doesn't that sound like a title for a Scrubs episode?)

103 degrees Fahrenheit. A head that feels made of lead and hurts like a hammered out sheet of the same. A body that is one walking bruise. 19 more words

Depression

The least I could do is write

I’ll write about the general malaise that accompanies success — the┬áheaving, breath-stealing shuffle. At least in my case.

32 years old. Married for about 3 years. 68 more words

Ponderings/explanations/stories

Jimmy Carter: The man and the president

In January 1981, as President Ronald Reagan was being inaugurated and the American hostages in Tehran were being released, the general mood on the USS Tarawa was one of glee. 550 more words

Living In The Modern Age