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  • Would you care to give me a book?
    on Aug 5, 2016
    Give me a book that is soft with age with the corners of its pages frayedGive me a book that has gone yellow with time and has tears along its spineGive me a book that has been read by people long gone whose essence lingers on its pageGive me a book...
  • The glass window
    on Jun 10, 2016
    I just finished reading 'The death of a Moth' by Virgina Woolfe. Those were some elevated thoughts. And while they do everything they were meant to do - arouse pity for the moth, be charmed by the intricacies of her thinking, be awed by the skilled u...
  • Organic Birth
    on Jun 4, 2016
    What does one mean when one says, "Organically born?" Might be a reminder that birth can now be artificially achieved. Yet, aren't the ingredients of birth still organic be it in a womb or a petri-dish? It would probably make more sense in another 20...
  • Some more rattlings
    on Jun 4, 2016
    Trees with water dripping off the leaves. Old stone walls around a park. A white-haired, bearded, slightly bent old man in a long coat. Narrow cobbled streets. Isolated images. Wholesome feelings.
  • Winter in Luxembourg
    on Nov 4, 2015
    "Hush hush," go the leaves, as they fall off branches"Hush hush," whisper the snowflakes, as they waft to the ground"Hush hush," says mother nature, as she prepares to sleepWinter is a season of quietude. Even the resplendent sun assumes an air of in...
  • on Sep 11, 2015
    Reading Swann's way makes me feel that I am gliding on the bow of a violin.
  • The Heart Of Stone
    on Jun 4, 2015
    There would undoubtedly be a few stories each of  us have heard as children, sitting on the lap of our grand-parents, perhaps on warm summer nights, maybe in a verandah illuminated by the glow of an insect swarmed bulb. We would have listened wi...
  • Some logic to prove the Existence of God (or a powerful force)
    on Feb 2, 2015 in Musings
    How do we know if God exists ?Consider a person who is paralyzed and blind since birth, whose only functioning sense is his hearing.Say, we take such a man to a cave or some sort of a place, where an echo can be heard.We scream. T...
  • Emily Dickinson: A Life in Letters
    on Jan 30, 2015 in Books
    I chanced upon the works of Emily Dickinson, when I read a random paragraph about her when browsing through some websites. Being quite partial to 18th and 19th century women writers (Bronte sisters, Jane Austen, Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Evan...
  • Confessions: Saint Augustine
    on Jan 29, 2015 in Books
    Confessions: (Latin: Confessiones) is the name of an autobiographical work, consisting of 13 books, by St. Augustine of Hippo, written in Latin between 397 and 400 AD. The work outlines Augustine's sinful youth and his conversion to Christianity...
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