An Oblivious Existence

Staring into oblivion, his eyes see what he does not see. He looks far and deep unto the horizon, he breathes what he does not speak. His mind blinded by the light so bright His eyes blinded by a desert of fright.   He sits with his legs crossed at the knees. As the world … Continue reading An Oblivious Existence

Healing

A layer of metal under my skin. A protection for what is fragile. So you can't tear my beautiful fin. My heart and soul is bright and agile. I healed myself by myself. I healed all that was to heal. You broke nothing, you should know. All your efforts are a fail. Do me a … Continue reading Healing

Japanese Minimalist Aesthetics

“The ancient Taoist scholar Laotse espoused that the true beauty of a room lay in the vacant space enclosed by the roof and walls, rather than the roof and walls themselves. He aspired to an aesthetic ideal of emptiness. True beauty could only be realized in the material world, he held, when it was stripped … Continue reading Japanese Minimalist Aesthetics

The Perfect Pen

Art is a word. It is just a three letter word, a sound one makes from their mouths, like every other sound we produce to talk, express or impress. But it is the meanings, the romanticism, the clichés and all the other vast meaning we attach to this word which need to be contemplated. We … Continue reading The Perfect Pen

Frank Gehry

"If I knew where I was going, I wouldn't go there." Frank Gehry "Most buildings have no sense of humanity, they are cold and lifeless and... they are not welcoming to people." Frank Gehry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmTORzq98Ik