Monthly Archives: August 2013

Book Whore’s Reader’s Digest: A Literary Flavor Of Life

So I’ve decided to spice up my life—in a literary sense (although on a personal sense that wouldn’t be so bad either—life’s a doldrums—sigh). For the longest time I have wanted to expand my literary repertoire and read past the … Continue reading

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Poetic Reflection: Making Love To Beauty

If I am nothing more, than a nameless phantom, walking in beauty—fucking in my ecstasy, could there be nothing more that I ask from you—in all fairness—than your undying and most endless love. I am a lover In that I … Continue reading

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It Takes Courage To Be Yourself

Sometime back I remember having a conversation with my mother about life and just the nature of the world in general. This was one of many, sometimes hours-long conversations I have with her on these sorts of things. But in … Continue reading

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Poetic Reflection: A Journey Into Self

I am my life’s greatest friend. I am my life’s greatest enemy. This duality is a dance within me. It is the destiny of hope. And let not the destiny of what I’m destined to be—be choked by the demons … Continue reading

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Being A Rookie In All Things—Sucks Like Hell

At one point, every single thing on this earth was once new. Everything has its beginning, just as it does its end—and yet lately I’ve begun to feel like being labeled “new” is sort of like having the mark of … Continue reading

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Poetic Reflection: I Am Human After all

Sometimes people forget that people never forget—the pain that is so callously and thoughtlessly administered. I may mean nothing to you and you may not know me, but I—just like you—can feel. Are we so different That I am to … Continue reading

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