Category Archives: Religion

Poem: Regrets

  You can only regret If you look back Don’t! You can only move forward If you accept your past Contradictions. You swallow regrets Like a bitter pill Your disease is Time Unavoidable foe. You swallow Your regrets Like A … Continue reading

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Poem: In Search of Incredible

  I search and search for that Feeling so special so unique I forget how to feel. I search and search for incredible You so special so unique I forget You.   … May 27, 2016

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Poem: Hope in Prophetic Lies

  Half awake, half dreaming Half asleep, half calculating The now, Future past, a prophecy. Neglected time passes by the door Leisurely. Stops for its duration idle, Chewing age! Hundreds of images passes under my Closed eyelids, Like an old … Continue reading

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Poem: Abstract

  Abstract images Drops of thoughts Phrases Sounds Words and dots Shapes Shapes I cannot recognise Litter the horizon of my mind Litter the streets of my brain Spread through my veins Like a drop of ink Spilled on an … Continue reading

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Poem: Is it true?

  Is it true? The hour passes two In the morning Or after midnight On another continent It is another time But what is it to be In time With where you are? But Is it true? The hour passes … Continue reading

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Goals

Humans have the tendency to drift. Perhaps it is the animal instinct inherited in us all from gatherer-hunter days. Time becomes a large hazy concept where morning and evening exchange places. Days become meaningless. And if we allow ourselves to … Continue reading

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Questions Unanswered

On a recent visit to Oxford, England I observed magnificent buildings and beautiful architectures. Many of these buildings were churches or college buildings that resembled the churches they are connected with. After all you do not seem to escape theology … Continue reading

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