Of the tortured genius — Van Gogh

When they talk about the tortured genius, somebody always brings up Van Gogh — how he swallowed yellow paint because he wanted to put the sunshine inside himself. How his psychosis was probably the result of lead poisoning. They call him a miracle, but what i see is a man who was so sad, he …

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Of an ode to silence

Lying in the far-fetched corner of the room, by the books waiting-to-be-read, three of them, scattered above the mattress, and laptop flipped open for more than three hours, idle and unused, in a house haunted by death-like silence, with distant whistles of the watchman, and pitter-patter of raindrops disturbing the daunting quiet around, staring at …

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A letter to nobody: Revel in her perfect imperfections

Dearest Nobody! Let me be very honest about it and let me say it all loud and clear! You defy your feelings. You deny your love. You hoodwink yourself let alone the entire universe. And it is rather alarming. You are half dead and it pains me. You live but you are living in denial. …

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Majestic Moon: Hide & Seek

The twilight, blue skies, densely dramatic woods, the mysteriously attractive and fascinating moon accompanied by a solitary star - an apparently insignificant and tiny, barely visible but unfailing, lifelong partner. In short, when the day meets night, outcome is an absolute beauty. A little later, there was this moment outdoors; the mortal sight could relish …

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