Parallel reality

http://www.psych.nyu.edu/couples/ Another life if I could live In a universe, alternate Maybe more I could give Of myself, to my mate Maybe I could love with abandon Free from all restraints With every muscle, sinew and tendon Without any constraints. Where our love would be Untouched by anger, ego, pride Open books we both couldContinue reading “Parallel reality”

Could have, should have, would have

“Could have”, “should have”, “would have” are Mischief-makers in my life, these three Whatever I do, they never are far Bringing me regret and misery. They keep me chained to my past Cloud my reason and objectivity Prevent me from recovering fast From errors made unknowingly. Events that in the past transpired They have disappeared forever LearningContinue reading “Could have, should have, would have”

Travel theme: Doorways

Linking to : http://wheresmybackpack.com/2015/01/30/travel-theme-doorways/ The doorways to my mind Are clever books of any kind, Are destinations far and near That take me to new frontiers, Are conversations that stimulate Creative juices, to innovate; Are music notes softly played Their essence lasting after they fade I hope these doorways will eventually Enlighten me spiritually and intellectually. 

Repentance

“Nothing erases the past. There is repentance, there is atonement, and there is forgiveness. That is all, but that is enough.” ― Ted Chiang, The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate I was angry, I was rude I hurled some scathing comments; Now I am left alone to brood My soul, now guilt torments.. Hurtful words escaped my lips BeforeContinue reading “Repentance”

Futility of war

Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind. -John F KennedyWits scattered Mind in commotion Dreams shattered In tumultuous emotion Holding on hard To everything known Piercing shards In all corners blown.. The universe oozing Hot lava of cruelty Slipping, losing All grip on reality.. Senseless bloodshed For reasons unclear Destruction widespreadContinue reading “Futility of war”

Share Your World – 2015 Week #3

Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest? I would want Agatha Christie as a dinner guest (taking the liberty of including people no longer in this world) and ask her how she became a mystery writer. I have admired her deep understanding of the human nature andContinue reading “Share Your World – 2015 Week #3”