Monthly Archives: February 2014

Are personal relationships overrated?

Aristotle’s famous and immortal words, Man is by nature a social animal, were cited as one of the reasons, by my teacher in elementary school, for study of social sciences. Upon the foundation of this sentence, was laid the little but … Continue reading

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Sonnet VI: Her Call

Originally posted on David Emeron: Sonnets:
I hear the rain; she calleth as she did So many years ago. But now I can Not heed this pain. She claimed me as her man; No longer is it so. Thus am…

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The Flâneur in Me

The long walks that I so often take or have taken in the past, in the cities I have lived or am living, has a word for them. The word is flânerie and the one who keeps himself interested in … Continue reading

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Saudade

Is there anything or anyone that may be actually indispensable for any human? Without which or whom he/she cannot survive. Without which or whom, he/she will stop smiling, being happy, and rather be in perpetual saudade. Is there really a feeling … Continue reading

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Of perseverance and being a misfit!

On this WordPress forum, I have come across a brilliant sonneteer and a poet, David Emeron. And when I asked the secret of his strong imagery, beautiful rhymes and musical sonnets, he told his secret to be love AND perseverance. … Continue reading

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