Ah! Autumn…

Ah! Autumn! Season of joy at seeing fruits of labour rear their heads all over land, fluttering in a dance to the tune of cool breeze. Season of azure and breathtaking sunsets; as if the sky is overjoyed at being rid of the heavy cloak of brooding, menacing clouds. Season of journeys; migratory birds taking … Continue reading Ah! Autumn…

Lovers’ Ways

Gaze into my eyes, She said. That’s where love resides. Look into them And you shall decipher, A route going down Into my heart. To know what’s in my heart, You need your eyes To look straight into mine And fathom What my heart desires. Mere words are not enough To express desires. Lips can … Continue reading Lovers’ Ways

Super-folks

From computers to cameras Everything, in size, has shrunk. Faster cars and aeroplanes ensure, The world has been brought closer home. Internet has shrunk the world. It now lives inside our phone. Even travel to places at the edge of space Today is a reality, a new indulgence. Success of humans is praiseworthy for sure … Continue reading Super-folks

Unexpected

Life, some say, is ordained; proposed by God, disposed by man. What can someone do but be philosophical in times of extreme hardship and engulfed with a sense of loss? What answer does one have to the unpredictability of nature, it’s whims? Is it God’s will, His way to test fortitude, His way to instill … Continue reading Unexpected

Height

Higher and higher Is what every human desire; Wonder what is it That entices them to climb Above the level ground? Probably it is the view- Everything looks smaller as one climbs higher; Giving a false sense of pride, In considering self bigger Than the world around. Perhaps one feels a thrill in heights. Probably … Continue reading Height

Point of View

The story of the blind men trying to describe an elephant by touching a part of the elephant’s body is ubiquitous. Life, in my opinion, has so many facets that it is difficult for the human mind to grasp it’s full implication. Probably the reason why we have so many philosophers, religious preachers and also … Continue reading Point of View

The Lighthouse

Look at my hues earthlings, says the sky, decked in mesmerizing hues of orange. The sky however is moody; changing colours on it’s own whim and fancy. Sometimes it is sombre and grey, sometimes dark and menacing and at times bedecked in hues that can give even the most beautiful maiden, an inferiority complex. Through … Continue reading The Lighthouse