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Finale

There are so many things to stock away. The warm Jaipuri blanket, my cardigans from North Country Mall, two coats: black and red, the embroidered drapes I stitched. The stacks of empty cartons of winter delicacies, some old clothes and sandals and some broken pieces of my crafts to be given to some rag picker reminds me still of deep winter. I let some paint splashed on my nails and dry in warm sun. The little corner of my room looks barren emptied of a winter plant.

long day...
a number of ways to redraw
a crochet pattern

Tracing

I lodged at the rack just in the front in the library's circulation section. A number of books being checked, lie on the top of each other further on the shelves. Sometimes I feel to pay tribute to a swatted spider or barely a silverfish when I ruffle those sheets in a slow-moving fan, these dreams are not distinct.




No Bar

Driven by strong adoption of cheaper smartphones and affordable data plans, the number of mobile Internet users in India is expected to reach 213 million by June this year, says a report. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/technology-others/india-to-have-213-mn-mobile-internet-users-by-june-report/#sthash.6SKOK96q.dpuf Driven by strong adoption of cheaper smartphones and affordable data plans, the number of mobile Internet users in India is expected to reach 213 million by June this year, says a report.

Source: Indian Express



three synonyms
I choose one for
my Japanese reply



Driven by strong adoption of cheaper smartphones and affordable data plans, the number of mobile Internet users in India is expected to reach 213 million by June this year, says a report. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/technology-others/india-to-have-213-mn-mobile-internet-users-by-june-report/#sthash.6SKOK96q.dpuf Driven by strong adoption of cheaper smartpho…

Revisiting

Day after retrieving the cockpit voice recorder of the ill-fated AirAsia jet that crashed in the Java Sea, the multi-national search and rescue team today continued to scour the waters, even as Indonesian authorities moved closer to determine the sequence of events that brought the flight down.

Source: Indian Express



two porcelain sisters
in the ballet over a mantelpiece
enough space

Seconds

Entering into Aju (a grill restaruant), the lettuce in small earthen pots sipping the lights welcomes me to the air filled with charcoal spice. While stepping on the gnarled floor, I humbly take my chair and await what could be a conversation starter along with the soup.

tasting
between two worlds
where could be
a balance to hold
the joy

In Speculation

I read the article on Ordinance Raj but somehow how political it was. The writer (I do not want to name) was solely appeared to focus on his party mission rather than having raised the real question. Some truth, well could be discomforting. 

It is not only that our opposition have near-sightedness disorder but also there is no mechanism in place if they wanted a proper dialogue with the ruling party.

Obviously, we take the glitches in government as normal. There will be goals and milestones but not without obstacles. You cannot grow pulses from wheat without sowing the wheat first. There is whole lot of cycle which the running government is missing. It tend to support the Garib Mantra of our country (in benefit of lesser privileged) but it starts with the mightiest who will fail in long run because so far so undone.

Here is a point, where a common pen will start writing and even yielding a proper perspective. What misses through the laid laws is one that the government or any legal autho…

Fondness

Once when I went in that art gallery, I chased the direction signs and being left exited from the back door. What happened, I thought. Should I regain my steps but now I have to start from here.


sunset...
    yet no end of eternity