Cholera and Solitude

The last reduction
of the alchemist
flowered in my veins
until I couldn’t block
views of past sunsets
or make sense
of the land.

I reached into your mind, 141 more words



Solitude has that irresistible drive that makes man explore his own hidden dimensions- Srinath Krishnamoorthy

First of all wishing a very happy and prosperous Onam to you and your family!!! 3,800 more words

Too afraid to trust God -- John 6:56-69 -- Sunday August 23 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

I remember the story about two people talking to each other about a problem.  After some discussion, the one said to the other, “Let’s pray about this.”  The other responded, “Has it come to that?” 662 more words


Episode Two: Rain, Rain (Don't) Go Away

It hasn’t rained much in London for the past few weeks. You would think this should be a cause for celebration, but Evan and I are movie fiends, and sometimes you just need a good excuse for a movie day! 999 more words


there wasn't enough sun left in the sky

The edition of One Hundred Years of Solitude I got from the library has a blurb on the inside front cover that says it “is the first piece of literature since the Book of Genesis that should be required reading for the entire human race…” I was all like, whoa whoa there, that’s a pretty bold statement. 258 more words

Love Affair

A scene to behold!

Minds intertwine,

not one wanting

to be left behind.

I ease through comfort

as every minute passes

time’s a wasting,

it is not, I daresay! 38 more words


Come Eat My Bread -- Prov 9:1-6 -- 16 August 2015

Just as “Lady Liberty” is a powerful image for the USA, so in the reading from Proverbs 9:1-6, there is the vivid image of divine wisdom as a woman who calls to us to eat her bread and drink her wine… 754 more words