So my next book – a short compilation of my poems is now live on the Juggernaut website. Hurray!
The poems I have put in there, are really a reflection of my soul (like they always are ;)) and it would mean the world to me if you could check the book out – read, rate and review and tell me what you think.
So, here’s the link to the book -> Be My Muse?
Please do check it out when you get the time. I can’t wait to hear what you think.
I have been wanting to share this with you for the longest time now, but I somehow kept hesitating and procrastinating because I wasn’t sure how good I’m at this. I still ain’t sure.
I have been creating printable calendar templates, and here’s one for each month of this year. I wanted to keep each of them fresh and new and full of happy vibes, and that is exactly how ‘I’ think they look.
I’ll link them to each month below, do check them out and download them and get them printed. Best part? They’re free 😀
P.S. Do lemme know what you think. It means a lot to me 🙂
P.P.S. Any other printables you’d want to have?
In pursuit of what we desire,
In the chase to quench that undying fire,
We aspire, conspire, face consequences dire,
Willy-nilly, we remain until we tire, until what we want we acquire.
Amidst the shambles, in search of thee,
I go in pursuit of making you my reality,
Hidden, until desperately sought after, you clearly choose to be,
But, hey, my eyes, open wide or shut tight, you are what they clearly see!
Real fragrance is that which stays forever,
Not that which withers when beauty wilts over!
What’s with the obsession about how we look?
I’ve always been puzzled on how to react when people compliment me on how I look (which happens extremely rarely). On the contrary I’ve always wanted to impress people with the work I do. Compliment me on my work, my thoughts, my choices, my deeds, my persona – you’ll find my happy.
Criticise my looks, make fun about my appearance and you wouldn’t find me giving a damn. But diss my work, you’ll find you’ve rubbed me the wrong way.
Looks seriously cease to matter. What matters ultimately is the kind of person you are, the kind of work you do, and the difference that you make with your existence.
There are people who enter your lives for a reason, perhaps to teach you an important lesson? They consume your time, your energy, your positivity, then suddenly leave you bereft of it all. You begin to wonder, what went wrong – what is it that you had said or done that has led to this, and try all that you can to figure out, to set the equation back alright,
Only to go through doom all over again.
Let go. Let go of them. Happily. ‘Cause no one is indispensable. No one is important enough for you to lose your sanity over. Let the efforts be mutual. Only then does it become an equation.