The screaming quiet The chaos within The joyless smile The clock ticking The springless steps The tuneless song The purposeless morning The days are long The faithless prayer The lonely crowd The wandering eyes The nagging doubt The meaningless hello The heartless goodbye The unlived life The time to die. ~Anushree~
Ever had one of those days when even the things that are going right don't feel that way? When the humdrum of routine life becomes too much to bear? When the presence or absence of all material benefits or loved ones doesn't seem to matter? And then suddenly when you'd least expect, the tiniest of … Continue reading Little Miracles
I see my goals in the distance Taunting me to dare if I might I exasperate, as they seem farther Than where they were last night Everyday is a battle I try to win Preparing myself for what lies ahead Living through the mundane life Knowing tomorrow'd be the same as I get to bed … Continue reading Magic In Mundane
While reading yet another book by Haruki Murakami - The Elephant Vanishes, a collection of short stories; I stumbled onto a simple yet intriguing story that goes like this: Once upon a time, there lived a boy and a girl. The boy was eighteen and the girl sixteen. He was not unusually handsome, and she … Continue reading 100% Perfect Lovers
The best thing to have happened to Delhi since Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Janpath and the likes is definitely the Metro. And the best thing to have happened to Delhi since the Metro is the much revered and envied Ladies compartment. For the uninitiated, the first compartment in the onward direction of every train is … Continue reading Ladies Line
You always ask me, why not now? To get a good crop, must not you plough? Why leave for 'morrow, what you can do today Accomplish what you must, than leave it for another day I oft answer, though not at once Haven't you heard of Procrastination, you dunce? Why do today, what you can … Continue reading Why Do Today?
Since the beginning of time, we've been taught to always hope for the best, to always view the glass as half full, to always be optimistic. But is optimism all that it's hyped to be? Well, probably not! No matter how much we'd like to believe otherwise, we're all dark and pessimistic within. Maybe that's … Continue reading Maybe Optimism’s Overrated