Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction and has some real strong language. Fuerlic Naats (Anagram of Lucifer Satan) is heavily inspired by the character of Dwight McCarthy played by Clive Owen in the movie Sin City. For some reason the guy stuck to me. His monotone, his nonchalant dialogue delivery, his composure. I mean for … Continue reading Fiction: Fuerlic Naats-1
As the title suggests the book is about a tiny poetry called the “The Culling Song”. It has its origin in Africa and the song is sung to tiny children in times of grief like famines and droughts; or to crippled warriors in a battlefield who are about to die. It’s a song to end … Continue reading Book Review: Lullaby
The lover assumed her signs Were bereft of flaws, But her signs were read wrong, While the wrong added to the woe. For, every time the lover Said those magical words, The feel of contempt felt; a Clear sign of poisonous verse. Clinging to your very soul After every breath she took, Was the painful … Continue reading Today’s Love Story
A tear-jerker written by the romantic author Nicholas Sparks and made into a movie of the same name starring Kevin Costner, A Message in a Bottle is an interesting, if not an exhilarating one. I haven’t seen the movie and am not planning to either. Now don’t get the wrong idea about me not liking … Continue reading Book Review: Message in a Bottle
Part I Lift your veil high up, let me see the beauty you hide. Show me how you bat those lashes, show me how you shyly smile. How it thrills when one sees an angel so coyly peer at you. see those painted finger nails, and the lovely henna's hue. The beauty of your mere … Continue reading Old Wine!