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A Chance Encounter

After the fashion show, As I walked past the art installation In my I saw a tall, blonde lady In a neat outfit and picture-perfect hair,

Thoughts About Greece

I sincerely hope that the beautiful country that is Greece, sorts its shit out soon. On the flip side, I regret to say that this is never happening, considering the big hole that the people of Greece have dug themselves into. Which brings me to the whole irony of what Greece is a representation of

Lonelines – The Poem

On lonely nights like today, I feel like harking back to yesterday, While jumping forth to morrow. As I long nostalgically for the hallowed past, I regret not having romantic company in the present, All the same imagining a curiously frisky future. The old me was the mellow kind, The current me, reeking with all

Tinder Poems

Your face brims with fervent joy As if you’re thrilled about something exciting, Only for your black rimmed glasses To add to the innocent charm And make you look all the more sweeter. The dimple on your cheek Is like the the quintessential icing on the cake And would have definitely made the day of

Interesting Things About Bangkok

In just the last few hours that I have been in Bangkok, I have come across a lot of oddities that I found (as a person living in Australia). Here is a somewhat humorous (no offense intended) list: 1. Thais will go out of their way to extend their help/hospitality to the tourists, as opposed

I Don’t Want Your Eyes There – A Short Story

I have seen all kinds of weirdos that you can ever find, in Australia, from the bad to the worse; of course, good weirdos are rare to find (and I am yet to meet one). And today I had an experience with literally the king of weirdos. TRUE STORY: I was driving home from the

Feel Like Dying – The Poem

When you don’t feel anything, When you feel tremendous guilt, When you feel worthless, When you have no hopes, When you see no future, When no one wants you, When your whole world collapses in front of your eyes, When you see no end in sight to your misery, When you have everything taken away

Australia’s Weird Political landscape

As I voted in the Australian Federal Election (my first), a few thoughts about some interesting aspects of Australian politics gathered in my mind that I’d always hoped to share. Now, I am by no means a politics fanatic, but I am a follower of Western politics, an enthusiastic one at that (I basically followed

Room Ad – The Poem

My heart’s breaking as I write this number, But I will take heart in the fact that goodbyes are not forever. I am adapting to the changing COVID-19 time And calling on my room an untimely halftime. I am leaving behind fond memories For you to create rich, new tapestries. This is a magical place

Perfunctory Wisdom – The Poem

The brimful box was beyond exhaustion, It couldn’t handle constricted spaces anymore, It had interested things to show, And pent up ideas to grow. The busied milieu had become such a rut, That it had become impossible for the box to make the cut; It was had been long time since it had last vent