Trouble every day

The first time I switched over to online blogging was in 2004. At that stage, self-pity and uncontrollable spontaneity were evident in writing. Phases of not capitalising ‘I’ and not capitalising after a full stop. I remember the exact path that I used to walk and dance on. Online blogging (or diary-keeping) is revolutionary. When Read More …

Shimmer

I was watching the reflection of the water shimmering on the wooden fence. The movements signal inconsistency and unpredictability, which are a sheer symptom of life’s mental instability. And yet we have to accept it as it is. Whenever I hear drunken laughs and shouts, I tend to turn away, because they’re not sober laughs Read More …

‘Don’t try’

I have officially lost interest—another three weeks. Last week, it was ‘Snap out of it’ and this week, ‘Get a grip.’ Who knew life was that hard? I wonder how non-Saturday children feel. Does life crush upon their heads just as hard? I wonder how much it hurts them or whether that head injury leaves Read More …

Delineation

I’m trying very hard not to scare people off with my likes and dislikes. Even before I tell them something, I see this genuine smile in their eyes, around their mouths and cheekbones. This is when I say to myself, “Oh fuck it, just smile back and let them believe what they want.” Don’t look Read More …