Ramblings of an eccentric

(Warning: This post is way too long for the weak hearted. Enter at your own risk) (Disclaimer: This is a work of sleep-deprivation. The writer/s have no frigging relationship to this post whatsoever. ) One day, when you have eaten something particularly indigestible, you’ll sit down for a long time and let your mind wander. … Continue reading Ramblings of an eccentric

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I asked her for yet another time

should i mourn or take out the wine?

Even a word if not a line

was it so unjust, this demand of mine?

 

What if her answer is a NO?

And i have to let her go?

My love she will never know

And her memories i must forego

 

Empty glasses stare at me, longing to be filled

the barren land of my heart awaits to be tilled.

Wait is something i must do, till then my fate is sealed

Just a nod, a smile, a gaze, will render all healed.

 

What if her answer is a NO?

And i have to let her go?

My love she will never know

And her memories i must forego

 

As this terror grips me slowly, taking its toll

Adorning my headphones i embark on a stroll.

Hoping  for angels who…

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Rice and Religion: The Deadweight of Indian Politics

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As the entire world knows, the Indian media is the most unbiased, uninfluenced and unabashedly truthful of them all (if you are clueless, then YES, I’m being heavily sarcastic). And they have proven their undeniable worth as a dependable watchdog of the Indian society in these past few days by their unparalleled coverage of the … Continue reading The Big Fat Indian Paycheck

Wanderer Of The Skies

It's been a long time. It's been a tough journey. But the sky was the limit and we have almost reached there. Do share if you find it worth sharing.There was a flash and a spirit broke the logic of minds went up in smoke. But there were dreams and there were roads and a … Continue reading Wanderer Of The Skies