Call me a pragmatist But what is Paris but a feeling Built on inadequacy and imaginations With streets you’re expected to Rue Pickpockets smoother than the chocolat Cafes full of fanciful bread and wine A modern fantasy isn’t it Just like the art that sits on walls For you to be vexed at A mere … Continue reading Paris Is A Hoax
So I go against myself for writing mean stuff about me and I'm mean about it and both Me and me are wholly myself by the end.
Here we go, y’all Allow me to present The story of yours truly
You've definitely felt this too.
I see you Barely hiding Just beneath the surface But I see you Are you The same snuffed out spirits Like I see in the mirror Unable to meet the eyes. What if you see me Like I see everything else Unidimensional, singularly indifferent And I see you And want to really know … Continue reading You-
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Palm of the Hand Stories are a joy to read and ponder upon. PotH is pretty fantastic to write too. It's like seeing a snapshot of a life- it's meaningful, it's momentary, however, deeply intricate to the ones that experience it. Just read Yasunari Kawabata after this post, would you?
(Almost fiction, inspired by the truly unique CP. 🙂 )
Writing, I personally think, is for the haughty. Those who believe in their values, that their opinions are justifiable, that they can withstand criticism, who claim responsibility and ownership, even demand credit over the fruits of their mind. People with statements to defend, with battles to win against a better equipped enemy, and words to … Continue reading On Writing
Let’s have a little heart to heart, because that’s all I know. I’m not the best person to ask for directions nor ask for advice on you OOTD, granted, but I can see what you miss while you’re busy scrolling through the endlessness of Instagram, scratching your head over whether your party favours look … Continue reading Vision