Tag Archives: great_writers

Reblog: a long time coming

This woman is about to knock your socks off!

when they ask to hear the story years later i will tell it in the momenthow it was so near to the beachif you closed your eyes and the trains were far enoughyou could feel the jetty creak beneath the weight of glowing bonesa summer dusk in octoberwe watched the sun set for an houruntil […]

a long time coming

Reblog: Happiness v/s Sadness..who wins??

This woman writes about something important and meaningful for those of us were/are there. Oh, and her writing is superb.

The other day, while talking to my mother-in-law, she told me “dear, you have been living in isolation at home for the past 6 months, you must make phone calls and talk to people more often. Call your friends, cousins..just talk to them regularly about anything that’s bothering you and which you can’t discuss with […]

Happiness v/s Sadness..who wins??

Reblog: The Art of ‘Letting Go’

How this woman does great philosophy!

Ever tell someone to do that? Ever say to yourself “I just need to let go.” and then wonder why – after two months – you’re still hurting over it/her/him/whatever? Jeez. How mysteriously annoying! I’ve said it and had it said to me numerous times. It is a mystery – the pain that refuses to […]

The Art of ‘Letting Go’

Reblog: A Lone Tear

This woman’s writing is incredible artistry.

A lone tear  fills my eye but it’s not a tear  my own. Its source is  not my sorrow,  not my joy,  not onions, wind,  or a dry malady  of the eye.  Then where does  it come from, this lone tear that  fills my eye?

A Lone Tear