I like it here. Let's sit awhile. The grass, leaves, sky... Raindrops staining my pages, My book: Ariel And Plath. The eroded redness of my fingernails, Of my palms. The orange of my hair and Autumn. The black of my coat and mood: Too dark for photographs. The drops drench my ink, My poem. My … Continue reading Bute Park
Dey: Of all those I have met anew and again, You are the treasure of this summer. There may be others who know me better. There may be others I call home. But no one fills me quite with wonder like you. It may be your unrestrained imagination That runs free of rules or taboo. … Continue reading A Successful Experiment
When something pisses me off, I write. So, I write, what is wrong with asking questions? Irony. People who are made fun of for asking questions, make fun of others for asking questions, who again make fun of others for asking questions. Well, this is not ironic at all. In fact, it is intentional. When … Continue reading What Is Wrong With Asking Questions?
This is a story of a madwoman. It is a story that has to be read only after the reader has bid sanity and normality goodbye at the door. Do not expect the ordinary. This is a story of a patch of skin on the flesh of my thigh. It is a story of my … Continue reading A Patch of Skin
Last night was good. Last night I went to sleep excited. Today is a bad day. That's the best adjective I can find right now. It hasn't been long since I came out of the closet. At least, not according to me. Now, I feel scared, it's kind of like being back in the closet … Continue reading 377 Thoughts
Ramesh, I went to the temple in the morning. To pray for a better verdict. My mind mocked and laughed. But my heart believed. I have always been naive. My mother said so. My father said so. You said so...a million times: sometimes with a smile on your face and a kiss on my cheek; sometimes … Continue reading A Letter
A woman in the USA had once been asked why she was not voting for Republicans. Yes, sure, they were not very nice on the 'women's rights' front, but as a citizen how could she not care about their other policies (financial, medical, etc) that were (in the asker's opinion) much better than that of … Continue reading Indifference of the Privileged