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Perfect Pace

My lethargy starts off transparent, hidden and invisible, but with every poke, every persistent peek it begins to possess a prominence that is impossible to ignore. Over time it portrays  its true colors staining my personality with a stubborn permanence. With every push it only pulls me in deeper until it peaks, prevails, it triumphs … Continue reading Perfect Pace

Is There Room For A Flood?

Seeing 02:23 in your 24 hour system daily, pinches in strange places, upsets ‘real’-time. Keep Notes can not process what you tell it now, not because it is foolish but because, it is always late. ~ Lying here today I wonder how honest I really am I wonder how candid is too candid I wonder … Continue reading Is There Room For A Flood?

Investigating A New Reality

Looking through a list of ‘50 Best Movies to Watch on Netflix’, one gets quite tired of reading descriptions and synopses. The characters and plots begin to float off the screen as the mind is overwhelmed first by a sea of information and then the too white brightness. Yet, somehow every time you scroll past … Continue reading Investigating A New Reality

Smudged Ink

Image Credit: https://www.123rf.com/profile_silatip The story beginswith a cold draftinterwoven, in the soft whispers of a handthat stutters out its first words. As the blue fingerstighten their grip,utterances solidify. They harden and sharpenas the prose is chiseledto an effigy of thought. Words rise from the depthswhere glistening thought bubblesfallen between cracks ambled, aloofuntil the pinpricks of … Continue reading Smudged Ink

Tagore and Indian Nationalism

Introduction Rabindranath Tagore was born in Calcutta, West Bengal on the seventh of May in the year 1861. Unlike most of the nineteenth and early twentieth century Bengalis, Rabindranath’s family had quite benefited from the imperialistic British East India Company and had obtained a considerably large business interest and property. Rabindranath Tagore’s grandfather, Dwarkanath Tagore … Continue reading Tagore and Indian Nationalism

Apocalypse Explained

‘Apocalypse’ is a term originally meaning a revelation or disclosure of knowledge. However, it is now widely used to refer to the belief that the ‘end of the world as we know it’ is imminent, usually accompanied by the idea that civilization will come to an explosive and turbulent end due to some catastrophic event. … Continue reading Apocalypse Explained

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