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Wednesday, March 15, 2017


I really miss that one cry I had the other day
I tried very hard to hide my tears all the same
I miss feeling the way I did when I did cry
It was perhaps after a very long time that I had such a satisfying cry
I want to feel it all over again
It was in fact after remaining strong for a fairly long time that I cried in such a way
The reason for my cry was so simple yet so profound
Someone who I’d opened my wounds to, used their blazing tongue upon them
It hit me so well; it gave me memories, scathing ones
Unsure if I learnt not to show anyone my wounds again...
Cuz I don’t think I work that way
Waw! I miss that particular cry today
I wish I could have it around
It’s funny; my state of mind had been elation then
My cry transformed my being and transported us into another world altogether
I reveled in the feeling I recount
I wish I could have that cry around.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

These 26 Lyrics are Proof of Taylor Swift’s Genius

Well whether there is a break up or no, the girl sure has the knack to crack some crackling lyrics!
1.       “My mind forgets to remind me that you’re a bad idea.” - “Sparks Fly”
2.       “I can’t say hello to you and risk another goodbye.” - “I Almost Do.”
3.       “The flowers that we’d grown together died of thirst.” - “Clean”
4.       “Time won’t fly, it’s like I’m paralyzed by it.” - “All Too Well”
5.       “When I was drowning, that’s when I could finally breathe.” - “Clean”
6.       “I don’t know how to be something you miss.” - “Last Kiss”
7.       “You’re still all over me like a wine-stained dress I can’t wear anymore.” - “Clean”
8.       “What a rainy ending given to a perfect day.” - “Cold As You”
9.       “Words, how little they mean, when you’re a little too late.” - “Sad Beautiful Tragic”
10.   “Faster than the wind, passionate as sin.” - “Red”
11.   “When you’re young, you just run, but you come back to what you need.” - “This Love”
12.   “The way you move is like a full-on rainstorm.” - “Sparks Fly”
13.   “I’ll watch your life in pictures like I used to watch you sleep.” - “Last Kiss”
14.   “Maybe this thing was a masterpiece until you tore it all up.” - “All Too Well”
15.   “My thoughts will echo your name until I see you again.” - “Enchanted”
16.   “We need love but all we want is danger.” - “New Romantics”
17.   “You’ve got your demons and darling they all look like me.” - “Sad Beautiful Tragic”
18.   “Your eyes looked like coming home.” - “Everything Has Changed”
19.   “The story’s got dust on every page.” - “Holy Ground”
20.   “I lived in your chess game but you changed the rules every day.” - “Dear John”
21.   “He’s the only one who’s got enough of me to break my heart.” - “Teardrops on my Guitar”
22.   “Don’t you dream impossible things?” - “Starlight”
23.   “Doesn’t he know that I’ve had him memorized for so long?” - “I’d Lie”
24.   “We fall in love ‘til it hurts or bleeds or fades in time.” - “State of Grace”
25.    “Nothing safe is worth the drive.” - “Treacherous”
26.   “People like me are gone forever when you say goodbye.” - “All You Had To Do Was Stay”

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

The Best ‘Proposal’ Scene in a Movie Ever!

Over time I’ve developed great fondness for Rom-coms than any other genre of our times. I somehow feel they help me keep my sanity when their quirky love tales and mushiness collide with the strange-harsh reality.

Reese Witherspoon is one of the actresses I regard very highly for her immaculate performances on screen. Last weekend, while looking for something to watch in my laptop, I came across this movie named “Sweet Home Alabama’.

It is a beautifully written film about a small town woman, who has hopes and dreams of making it big like any other person. The film opens with this beautiful beautiful scene where Patrick Dempsey (who is in love with Reese) whisks her away in a fancy car and brings her into an enormous dimly lit manor.

Reese was made to keep her eyes closed and as she opens it, she finds herself standing amidst a roomful of jewellery! Patrick has gotten her to Tiffany’s and she can’t believe it. He kneels down to propose to her in the classic manner indeed, while she’s dazed as things are happening too fast for her. The entire store is spectating the eventful moment. Reese looks around, and realises this is what she wanted after all and finally says yes!

Watch the video below:


Sigh! So that according to me was the most beautiful proposal in a movie ever. Do you have any other favourites? Let me know in the comments. J

Saturday, July 18, 2015

To Husband is to Use with Care... & Other Quotes

These beautiful quotes about farming and agriculture tempted and inspired me to collate them into a post. It took me a great deal of time and patience to find pictures that are equally beautiful and portray the emotion of the author.. pictures that talk of land and farms and farmers...

Hope you enjoyed reading this list as much as I enjoyed curating it! 
Lots of Love <3

Monday, March 2, 2015

The Story Teller: An Encounter

Today I chanced to meet with the Story Teller Jeffrey Archer at a book launch of his latest release MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD at Crossword in Kemps Corner, Mumbai.

Recollecting my memory of seeing the 74 year old enter the Bookstore, an unending smile painted upon his face, grabbing the mike to say a humble ‘hello’ with a move so swift, seen only in 17 year olds. That moment or rather the act of humility displayed by a writer of such great stature and repute, will keep me thinking about him for years to come.

The many moods of Jeffrey Archer

As he spoke, I observed a pattern in his talks. His narration was righteous and honest by every means. The fervor and speed with which he fueled his speech was exemplary. He’d mock a lot, probably to keep the moments light and keep the momentum going. His ability to laugh at his own self and about things around which are so simple, yet so profound bowled me over.

In the 30 minutes that he spoke for, few things impacted me more than the rest. These few things will remain with me forever, in my mind, in my heart.

A friend of mine (who’d accompanied me) asked him, if there ever was a moment in his life when he didn’t have ideas to write about, when he felt as if there was a vacuum which he can’t really fill? Did he ever face such a situation?
His answer to the question above was that he could never feel like there ever was a lapse between his experiences or inspirations and his work. He said he was highly self motivated and drew inspiration from everyone, everything, everyday.

He said that writers can be made and writers can be many, while story tellers are born and few. These story tellers are gifted and thus lucky as he. As a story teller, he doesn’t have to look for ideas to write, they come to him naturally. But he sure does draw tremendous inspiration from those around him.

His first book NOT A PENNY LESS, NOT A PENNY MORE (1976), saw severe rejections by publishers as many as 17 times. Nonetheless, it remains the closest to his heart from all of his works.

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas is one of his favorite reads through which he gained inspiration to write, it is also one of my all time favorites.

“What lake-like eyes!” were his exact words as I went onto the stage to get a copy of the book signed by him.  I couldn’t help but smile meekly. With my signed copy of the book, I stepped aside the stage for others’ turns.

Encounters of this nature, with a writer you’ve grown up reading, who you’ve simply heard and read of, but never met with, always come in the form of a blessing too pure to be told. As hard I try, the magnitude of impact it had upon me cannot be described too well. 

Friday, January 30, 2015

Soaked In Love

Just when losing all my hopes

Myself felt being bound by ropes

The throat filled with sobs and chokes

You knocked the heart's bolted doors

Senses but ignored your constant probes

Then my heart said this can't be hoax

He'll fill you with laughter roars

Slowly then gathering myself off the dopes

I let you sit beside me again with hopes

Then declaring undying love,
You lead me from my sinking seas towards the shores!