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

TRY

You tried so hard, you tried consistently. You say you did, but, did you really? You seem unhappy, you are always depressed. It takes the best of you and you claim to have panic attacks. But all you do is 'try'. Why is it that you 'try'? You dont 'do' you just 'try'. You try … Continue reading TRY

Yearn

She is addicted. She is fine. She isn’t fine. She doesn’t know. Yet she knows. She cares. She is taken care of. She smokes. She breathes. She drinks and eats. Yet everyday her addiction increases, her heart beats faster, she tries to stay normal. But then she thinks to herself this isn’t normal. But what … Continue reading Yearn

The Statue by Khalil Gibran

Once there lived a man among the hills who possessed a statue wrought by an ancient master. It lay at his door face downward and he was not mindful of it. One day there passed by his house a man from the city, a man of knowledge, and seeing the statue he inquired of the … Continue reading The Statue by Khalil Gibran

Book Excerpt: For One More Day by Mitch Albom

She exhaled softly, "I couldn't imagine a life without children. Once, I even... Wait. Let's see." She guided me toward the large tree on the corner near our house. "This was late one night, when I couldn't sleep." She rubbed her hand over the bark as if unearthing an old treasure. "Ah. Still here." I … Continue reading Book Excerpt: For One More Day by Mitch Albom