Ist version Memory Rose leaves, when the rose is dead,Are heaped for the belovèd’s bed,And so thy thoughts, when thou art gone,Love itself shall slumber on… Music, when soft voices … Continue reading Memory & To— by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Titania Sleeping by Richard Dadd, 1817-1886(Inspired by William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream ( Act ii, Scene ii) where Titania is lulled to sleep by her fairy attendants. Picture Credits … Continue reading Titania Sleeps
If it hasn’t stirred your heart and bled your soul, ripped open the seams of your being and rendered you raw then it’s not poetry at all.
On May 20, 1965 Susan Sontag notes in her diary “One doesn’t learn from experience—because the substance of things is always changing.” What do we learn from? Do we learn … Continue reading Reading Schopenhauer
What makes one ask how am I looking? Am
I good enough? Aren’t I the smart one? What is this validation we all seek, and seek we do… how much of this longing for recognition drives us? These and many more questions plague my mind thus.