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Homeland Travelled

I walked on streets, facing the nothingness in motion Trying to escape the familiarity I was leaving behind The faces that knew me and where I came from Shutting my ears to obstruct the sound of my name Yearning to be anonymous I paused and turned Wore a new identity, in a different place Reaching … Continue reading

Women.. And Men’s Power Struggle

Me and my other half have often had discussions about the evolution of our society, social practises and their setbacks. Rarely have the early men, in the jungles, been out of the picture. Looking at where it all began; men went to hunt, kids played around like Mowgli, and women stayed back in their caves … Continue reading

The Unorthodox Virtue of Selfishness

Sigmund Freud invented a theory about Ego and categorised it as Id, Ego and Super Ego. Id, the instinctual drive, unorganised in nature, is our unconsciousness. Ego, the reality principle, is our sub consciousness and Super Ego, the inner critic, is our consciousness. While he emphasised ego under the structural model of the human psyche, … Continue reading


  They babble and convince, words and intentions minced, You hear and believe, forget what they really think. Red papers and pieces, the old hateful speeches, The burning neighbourhood and those aching screeches.   He beats his chest and cries, with dirty pair of eyes, The promises he makes, just fill an empty space. Where … Continue reading