Lord Byron

There is a pleasure in the pathless woods;

There is a rapture on the lonely shore;

There is society , where non intrudes,

By the deep sea, and music in its roar:

I love no man the less, but Nature more…

-Lord Byron


“If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.”


Day to day, in and out, I keep doing the same things, as like most of you.

I often wish that it would be great, if sometime, I take a few days off continuously and do a few things of my liking.

My wish really did turn true, but not really into a fine horse, but rather into a monkey or a donkey.

I have a bloody sore back, lying on the bed close to 2 days, not going to work. This is even more boring than actually going to work.

In short, dreams do come true, but the forms in which they come, may not always be desirable!

Oh, those looks!


Looks are deceptive. Sometimes the feeling when you meet some one for the first time, the belief that what you see is what he or she is, is absolutely wrong. More often than not, the interpretation of your eyes is incorrect.

Give some time to what you see. The flower that blooms might be quite different.

I have always followed what I have said. It has kept me in good stead.

Get me those days back!


Some days, if not always, the feeling of idling around, doing nothing or doing things you like, some good music, a good cup of tea, a good read and some bright sunshine on a beautiful November day, seems to frequent my mind.

We have become so bound with routine that time just seems to fail us, just as sand escaping the grasp of your palm.  The  harder you try to hold, the more it falls.

Oh! If we just could pause time and feel them all over again.

Get me those days back!

“And that’s why, I never married!”

Never Married

She, in her late forties, had been asked innumerable times as to why such a decision of not getting married and not to follow the ways of the society.

Her answer, “I see myself as a medium for larger things. Continuity of the race and a means of sharing your life, if that is the substance of marriage, are not for me. I don’t see myself as in that state, for there are others destined for it. I am, and I will, will see life and better it from a different view. Let me, for a change, unlike most of us, work for the upliftment of our race. I don’t want to be held back by what people say.  I may not have a child, but the child in your arms or the child yet unborn shall have a better life for I will work for it. The whole world is my life. If someday I feel to have made a wrong decision, I shall wait. The body perishes, but never the Soul. It will take a form and I will do what has not been done.”