Loves wordplay and is obsessed with puns. (Quite a sickening obsession)
As a landlocked sailor, tides are my turf.
Writing is catharsis when in crisis.
A deep passion, every other time.
Most of my works are fiction. Please don't ping me asking if I'm fine. :/
P.S.: Here's the link to my interview, if you wanna know me better:
Greetings to you all, from the other side of the universe.
That side of the universe that never saw pain.
Or bloodshed, or slavery, or prostitution.
We don't have men fighting wars
that lead to no winners, but survivors.
We don't have men enslaving men,
or chains that shackle their souls.
We don't have men making love
to women, who've been long dead from the inside.
We heard a lot about your side of the universe.
And Gosh, no! We'd rather not pay a visit.
So, tell us, how does it feel like, pain?
Does it hurt you to the bone?
Or even deeper?
Enlighten us, please.
From this side of the universe.
Yes, we do have all sorts of men.
But, you popped an interesting question.
Ah, it's beautiful!
Like the way poets write about it.
Like a candle burning from both ends,
enlightening as it melts into nothing.
There are shadows we see every day,
and that only reminds us of sunshine.
We have sunshine, and hence the shadows.
A peaceful coexistence, we love it.
Turns our hearts into stone.
For someone to sculpt masterpieces out of it.
Stones that tremble once in a while.
A landslide, or a tremor,
mostly due to love.
We do break each other's hearts,
mostly into masterpieces.
There's pain! Yes!
And there's fear.
And you know,
what we fear?
We fear the day
we don't feel pain.
That'll be the day we're numb,
and lifeless like a corpse.
So, you from the other side of the universe,
come, pay a visit.
Because, beyond the barricade,
there's a world you wish to see.
We'll teach you pain, in all its beauty.
You teach our men
what it takes to be men,
and not a menace.
P.S.: I performed this at the recent YQ open mic. held at NIT Durgapur. Shall post the video link in the comments if you wish to watch it. :) Thanks for dropping by.