An attempt to foresee the circle of afterlife as (if) told by someone experiencing it!
The Sun sets in the West – that’s what we’ve been told; or made to believe rather. Well, it’s certainly not the case here. I know it may sound stupid. But this place, wherever it is, never seems to go dark, something that I can only feel, for I seem to have lost the power of my sight; strange though it may seem, I can feel the warmth of the light. Anyway, I’ve always believed it’s all just relative – this light & dark business. You might conclude that I am lying; that would be a hasty decision. You haven’t seen, ahem, gone through what I’ve experienced here!
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A poem written for that unmet love!
Far too long have I tried,
To imagine your beautiful face;
Too many times have I died,
Coming ever so close to my dreams.
Continue reading “To The One Who Doesn’t Exist”
A story of justice and revenge…
The tile means “Day of Judgment”… I wanted 2 keep it as the same and leave it at that; but somehow, according to my mood the other day, I decided I needed a name in some other language. So I got this word & translated it in Spanish.
Also a few thanks to MS Words Synonyms feature without which I couldn’t have got so many out of ordinary words!
Plus thanks to Wiki & of course Google & a few other obscure sites for all the info & tidbits.
Justice has a strange way of implementing itself. No matter how fast or how far the wrong doer runs away from his misdoings, law catches up and rebukes the guilty. It is not always the law established by men for this is perhaps the weakest of laws when it comes to castigating the sinner; many a men do get away from law made by men equally wrong! But there are certain forces in nature which help those in distress, those who have been wronged to avenge the injustice that was done onto them. Death is not always the ultimate punishment, but probably not in this case.
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Moral policing is completely misunderstood in India. Here’s why…
Just considering the reactions of the Indian government during “certain” recent protests… I thought we are a Democracy! As long as our actions are within limits and not intended to harm anyone physically, I don’t see any reason why we should be policed (hope meaning is evident) in anyway!
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