Death Comes To All Of Us

Death comes to all of us We run, we hide but the efforts are futile Over the time we succumb to this life That little sneaky bastard grabs us all There is no escape and riddance of the stealth But the existence of darkness that grabs you. What matters is how you live today Not … Continue reading

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The End

A part fool and a part brave Necessary daemon with an angel’s face Wrapped up in a winter of the sun Hiding in the mountains where never light has shone To this life we hold so dear There is an end unimaginably near So to tell the story, we walk to far distance Singing the … Continue reading

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Reaped

And then you decide to shine To drink and rhyme Funny world and funny people Crazy and alone is this night We are the fruits of hard labor Grown to be reaped of joy Succumb to the social cry And then left to spread the false smile Let the blood know it’s enough You don’t … Continue reading

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Smallest Star

I wish I was the smallest star. Farther from the ground of scars. Alone I would have floated in the space. Probably pondered over our dying race. Maybe I would have dreamt to be here. Sipping the booze on the bar held so dear. Feeling tipsy as the life would have struck me. Or dancing … Continue reading

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How Do You Survive The Shame?

How do you survive the shame? The guilt of not being born, a follower. When the subject matters, but the heart differs. Who do you choose? The right or the wrong. How do you figure out the world, bulging out of your arms. When does this pain end? Death or a decision. Standing on the … Continue reading

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CHOICE

Originally posted on Lostforever:
I have always wondered; How important is CHOOSING? Wise men do not seem to give up easily To install the importance of choosing in me Mr. Frost talk about “choosing the road lesser traveled” “Choice- not chance determines your destiny”: Says Aristotle Mr. Vonnegut says: “be careful about what we pretend…

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“Make glorious, amazing mistakes.”

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
In Neil Gaiman’s now famous 2012 commencement speech at the University of the Arts, he offers some excellent advice to free us from perfectionism, imploring us to simply create — to make art — no matter what. What’s wonderful about this advice is that it applies to any creative…

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27 Days of Slumber

How does it feel to be alive? Uncounted breaths for a run of thousand miles, a little of suspense I guess.   It has been enough of slacking in the past I am all awake now, wide eyes and red heart It’s about time to turn the tide Bring out the best and wake up the beast inside … Continue reading

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8,18 to 28

Almost about two decades in the past, I turned 8, I have no clue how was it, but I remember that I was so excited with the very concept of people coming over my house for a party, I was excited about cutting the cake, wearing new clothes, distributing chocolates and praying to god. I was … Continue reading

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I will be Found

May be lost in the middle of everything Surrounded by the smoke of a burnt down city But I will be found, with a song of congeniality Life will shine in a proximity Who cares if nobody is looking for me I am still way head of the crowd and walking to the sea I will … Continue reading

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