My feelings and thoughts vented out seeing the crisis that some of us manage to put ourselves into, even with the given opportunity and time. Perhaps it shows, more than clearly, that we have a long way to go before we gain the trust of others who manage themselves better and more importantly that we need to put our thinking caps on and regain that lost self pride.
I stood there in the porch
Waiting for the sun to come out;
Little did I know the storm was dense
That we were already blind in every sense.
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A story of love between a father’s love for his son, a daughter’s longing for her mom and how some “insignificant” and unnoticed ties are made…
“You know what I would do if I…“ he didn’t complete the sentence; his son cut in as usual.
“I know what you would have done and I know what to do. Please spare the play acting and let me get on with my life.“
His retort left the old man staggering. But he knew his son needed him.
“I can understand your anger. You know when I was your age I was in a similar…“
“Do I have to tell you again and again? Have you no sense? Or do you think I am unfit to live on my own? I have the right to privacy. Please stop giving me discourses.“
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A tale of one vulture and his attitude of giving constant demeaning remarks against us humans…
“Hi there… I am Jack the vulture. My nest is way over there, beyond those mountains. I can see it from here, but am not so sure if you will be able to! I’ve been living in this arid desert since I was born.”
“You see those dunes moving beneath us. Yeah! Well I’ve seen them do the same for ever. Damn sands, they never get tired do they? Keep shifting from one place to another troubling everyone. But I don’t want to curse the desert, because it has fed me to what I am.”
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