He Writes: “Lighter tone and an ensnaring comfort. A hoary sun upon my face and her. The hills of stones and permanent ways through her chest. Unbridled oscillations, rising up; then falling down again. A peaceful amble; it’s zephyr, it’s warm, it’s soft, it’s homeward..” He writes again: ‘Yesterday morning was a bit confusing for me.
“We shall go wild with fireworks… and they will plunge into the sky and shatter the darkness.” – A remarkable quote from Natsuki Takaya. A Japanese manga artist. Diwali is only a day away. A festival that symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance and is filled with
“I’ve always found myself sitting on a slope in the afternoon in Bakkhali when heartlessly beholding the ebb tide and the deceased sea with only one or two people in far distance and in sight as well as in existence at that moment. In the heavy breeze you can hear them talk, one person at
I woke up to a bright day this morning. It was kind of disappointing at first since the past couple of days it rained quite heavily which I have an affection towards. An all dark and foggy day. But as the day went on I began to sense the coarseness that it brought. It was the insipidity