As we travel through the course of our lifetime, are we truly evolving, or rather approaching our beginnings?
An unspoken reality about a major insecurity in our society.
She wore her black veil Amidst the colors that surrounded. A widow to the world And an antiquity to living, For her spirit had been buried By the lack of life; the feasts of death; and the woes of nights that overflowed in monotony She was not old Nor had she physically faced death, … Continue reading Emily
Relative thoughts induce Relative conclusions. How can relativity be existent? For things are absolute. Ideals differ They are customizable to the onlooker. Scorner of totalitarianism myself, Absoluteness is nothing but a mere illusion For humans will eventually extract their own conclusions…
I saw two boys holding hands yesterday Strolling up the school stairs Consumed by the youth That surrounds them Their eyes: propelled by the light of day Their feet dancing to the palpitations Of their swaying hands Humming to the gentle melodies unknown by the corrupted after going up the stairs their hands … Continue reading The innocence of youth
A poem based on the thoughts of Greek tragedian Aeschylus a.k.a. the father of tragedy. Enjoy!
The word isolation has various connotations to it. While for some it merely represents the state of being alone, for others it signifies a circumstance of complete frightfulness. For me, on the other hand, isolation epitomizes the reconcilement of my body-self with my mind. It is a cure for the sanity of one’s consciousness; it … Continue reading Baring the positive truths about isolation
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You never free-fell For you were much afraid to die You had a parachute all along But that, you never realized For you were much afraid to die That you could never envisage You were already dying with the idea of safety you were complying For you could have free-fallen yet you were afraid to … Continue reading For you were much afraid to die
A short story about the need for validation as teenagers, and the vulnerability our perceptions can have given our dependence on other's acceptance.