Category Archives: Mountains

Pendulum

imagine a length of thread, a small wooden ball – 3 cm in diameter and 100 gms in weight – tied to its end, suspended in air at a 35 degree angle, on the top of a mountain the wind … Continue reading

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The Wait

pieces of water, their molecules colluding with each other, keep their secrets close and adamantly lounge within their tender home. far away in the mountains, an old forlorn tree, her branches stooped and fragile, and almost on fire in the … Continue reading

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Anemoia

Inspired by ideas in “Kafka on the shore” and “A hundred years of solitude”. during the monsoons when it rains as if you only have to wait long enough and everything would end – life, love, pain, fear – time … Continue reading

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Litost

Litost (Czech) : (Milan Kundera described the emotion as “a state of torment created by the sudden sight of one’s own misery.”) ___________________________________________________________________________ i wonder why with all the beautiful colors on the ground i notice the gray skies first … Continue reading

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Shades of gray

I created memories from thin air, Breathing deeply while you were near, And hid them inside me, Whispy popcorn balls of smell and touch. When I later tried To hold them in my hands, The memories erupted Into dreams and … Continue reading

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Viola

Viola stood on the hilltop, dwarfed amidst the cedars and pines; yet rising up straight and strong, delicately carved in cream and grey stone. Her lips are set in a gentle smile and her misty eyes radiate goodness, and they … Continue reading

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Spirituality

vast expanses of air between royal sturdy mountains, (which are a little temperamental sometimes, slipping and rumbling and such). decorated with cedar and pine, the slopes appear from afar like the head of a hedgehog. shades of green and brown … Continue reading

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