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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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My Doping Agent

Sometimes, in fact, many times, I get afflicted by this block. I am unable to write. Not that I have any dearth of ideas, or the world is bereft of issues, just that at times, I am unable to explore … Continue reading

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Ringing Hollowness

I am not a fan of structureless poems or as they call it free-verse poems. I prefer Shakespeare over Pablo Nerudo.  I like pattern, rhythm, rhyme and their interwoven webs in a poem. However, I thought why be restrictive in … Continue reading

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Prey of Time

Vigour of Time is understated, felonies sins all non-dated; with blade of fate gradual gait, slays prey and obliterate appears genial with blades disguised, in deepest slumber comes demise blades hidden in sheath of pleasure, murders dreams in all the … Continue reading

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