Chaos

Addicted to chaosI enjoy the rumblingsOf thunder houndsGathering in the horizonPromise of a stormIn the dark clouds;The Devil howlsA clarion callFor rain to descend;In torrents, in the slushI am one with the anguishOf nature, floodingDrifting, breaking

Nature’s Medley…continues

Hills and Ravines A fine vintageOf memories runningOn your foreheadDelicate linesHills and ravinesLife’s ups and downsChiseled on your brows Highs and Lows Scaling mountainsTraversing hillsLike a madman roamsIn the highs and lowsOf your bosomThis thrill seekerFinally, finds a home Wind and Dew She plaited starsShimmers unparalleledIn her lustrous braidWhen the wind unravelledThose twisted tressesDiamonds floatedContinue reading “Nature’s Medley…continues”

Nature’s Medley

Oceanside Curious crimsonOf a dusky sunMixing with seasOf tranquilityIn this cocktail, dropA potion of moonlightSee the waves dance Woodland Flirtatious windCaresses pine treesRaindrops trembleIn torrents freeAs clouds descendThe forest resoundsWith a swish of jealousy Hillside Feathery grayThe magic of waitingAs the mist gathersEngulfing meBefore the first rainSurreal shift of cloudsOn yonder hills Dunes A desertContinue reading “Nature’s Medley”

Canvas

On paper cloudsAnd cotton windsDreams danceOn wishful wingsOf burnt sunsetsMelting sherbetsBerrylicious stainsOn azure vistasSilken summonsFrom opal skiesWith fluid colorsA painted sunrise

Just Being!

Traveling unrestrainedThe vast wildernessFloating on cloudsMaking mistakesCapturing the blissOf throwing careTo the whistling winds!All our messy livesSeeking happiness!Failing to beholdNature that throbsWith the powerOf just being!

Wadda Beparwah – The Great Uncaring One

Khushwant Singh observed, β€œMost men and women who deny God are to my knowledge more truthful, helpful, kinder and more considerate in their dealings with others that men of religion.” He was trying to probably say that lack of bigotry, fanaticism, and single-minded devotion to a God or a religion made people more open to accept the concepts of brotherhood and goodness of the human.

Finding Our Religion

One of the series that I really liked watching on Prime Video was The Path. Around the same time, I was enjoying reading Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari. While the web series and the book are not connected in any way, as a viewer and reader, I found a common theme. The inherent violent, ratherContinue reading “Finding Our Religion”

The Walk of Life

This lush photograph was taken by me in April 2019 during a walk in front of the Hyatt House in Parsippany, New Jersey. It is a reminder of how things have changed in the past one year. The office I was visiting in that locality has closed it’s physical presence. Had it not been forContinue reading “The Walk of Life”