The waves kept crashing into the ship. One after another they broke on the deck and created the highest crests and deepest troughs the Captain had even seen in his 25 years at sea… It was as if the captain had to decide to change the usual course. The waves kept coming, relentlessly, but the […]Read More Nature’s Love
It was only this one seed that made it out of that hell’s kitchen… It slipped from the Mad Hatter’s hands when she was washing the lot and swam to safety through the drains. “By now, all the others would be cooked and eaten…”, the seed thought to itself and felt broken, cold and alone. […]Read More Cherishing Uncertainty in a Certain Way
“Mom”, he piped. No one replied… “Mooooooomm”, he called, this time with all the strength he had in his tiny chest. He was feeling so sorry for himself. It was that stupid accident in school that put him in that hospital bed! The monitor on his left, that showed waves of green and kept beeping […]Read More For ever and a day
History of Kashmiri cuisine (culinary wonders of the Indian state, Jammu and Kashmir) dates back to as old as 300 B.C. when stories of Buddhism and King Ashoka dominated the time. But the best impacts have been recorded when Kashmiri Pandits became prominent in the society during Emperor Akbar‘s rule (circa 1587 A.D.). During this […]Read More 16th Century Classic Recipe: Mutton Rogan Josh
I was sitting in one of the corner shelves of the shop, dreading my pick up anytime as long as the shop remained open! Usually I have known more like me to end up terribly pierced with pointed things, eaten alive to find out the taste, bitten off into halves of halves and be victims […]Read More Sketches of Hope
How would you like, these drops of rain, To fall on your eyes, that you closed again? Why would you not see, the truth ahead? Why would you not try but give up, instead? Don’t tell me what is wrong, because, nothing is, It is all in your mind, how your imagination you cease… Why […]Read More Move on, you!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]Read More Annual Review report 2015 from WordPress for my blog!
Dear Santa Claus, If you so travel the world around, giving presents to children to make them feel happy and special for a day, this year, please come into the hearts of everybody so that each and every hungry street dog and suffering, homeless person gets a morsel to eat on Christmas eve… It may […]Read More My Christmas Wish… (2015)
Last night I had a dream- Where a little girl came walking down the lane… In her hand she held flowers And told me that they’re not for sale… I smiled at her, Thinking that is what she expected to see, But she looked at her flowers and said, “Fake smiles they can never […]Read More Last night I had a dream
Title: Blood Memory Author: Greg Iles Publisher: Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. Copyright 2005 by Greg Iles Pocket Book Export Edition Printing February 2005 “Great men have great appetites, darling.” (Quoted from Chapter 59, Blood Memory, by Greg Iles) If you are an avid reader, you must love books that give you […]Read More On Blood Memory by Greg Iles