I am that which I am. And I do not fear death, nor dying. The one thing that I am afraid of is that I may live so deprived of courage that I do not live at all, and finally, die from that stupidity. I became aware of the essential inconsequentiality of death after I … More A Self-Tribute: Mad Men, Let’s Die! (I)
A day before my last paper for this round of my exams, at about 9:30 pm, when I should have been rounding up what I should have learnt over the weeks, I logged in to YouTube (not that I am ever logged out) and started scrolling through some TED and TEDx Talks. I am … More Citing Adam Smith
There’s some history that became prematurely and now that we are birthing frozen times , foetus alive after 25 there’s some history that perhaps must be defrosted today , eternally – thaw destiny. _SBM. I’m back for good 😎. Cheers!
Midnight Convocation Gather this midnight under the suns that stay Watch my child respond to woman and my woman cede to child Gather this midnight under the suns that stay Watch my mother rearrange fates in all the decibles she calls me forth in Gather this midnight under the suns that … More Some poems you probably missed- I
Lead heavy sighs break my back and make me crouch hugging myself but it isn’t enough. My arms aren’t strong enough to lift the delusion of depression that I am battling with It is in the air I breathe and fills the alleys in my body I shiver now and again Sorrow has her cold … More Lifebuoy
The fundamental perpetrators of the most heinous crimes are hardly at the scenes themselves. And they often have no need for any alibi to prove their “innocence”, it is originally apparent. Their hands are mostly not the ones that pull the triggers, or swish the swords, or administer the shocks. In this, I am … More How to Destroy a Sandwich Maker
These last few months, I have been on edge. The year came with a sense of bigness that was drowning. I do not have the “new year syndrome” (I stopped making new year resolutions in was it 2014?), but I had an increased awareness with the ending of January that I ought to be … More Contrary Truths