Tag Archive: Friends

Sands of time

The shaman passes the mug to the monk. A graceful gesture indicates he doesn’t need it. They wait. Observing the swirling energies, they smile. They peek. Gazing at the rolling white peaks, they… Continue reading

A cup of Coffee in Kodaikanal

It was still very early in the morning as I sat sipping my cup of hot filter coffee in a little shack that overlooked sparse villages and farms which lay scattered in the valley below.… Continue reading

While I am Waiting

I stand on the edge, unaware if it’s the end of my beginning Facing the abyss painted so black I wish I was just dreaming . When no eyes were looking back at… Continue reading

A Vagabond soul

A daylight delusion Time being an illusion I dunno where I am going Neither did you. . I am caught in the middle in the currents of life I am lost in this moment Spinning, in the… Continue reading

The Tale of a Walk- East Coast Park to Changi Beach Park

This is a story of three Indians, a French man and a Singaporean. Long long ago (i.e. a little more than a year ago), these five exemplary men from the planet Earth set… Continue reading

Where to, where do I go?

Afloat on a current of energies that bore me adrift to distant shores it was a torrent of verves a new strangeness of whispering echoes . Where to, where do I go? I… Continue reading

St. Mary’s Islands – An escape to a little paradise

St. Mary’s Islands are a group of four islands in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Malpe in the coastal district of Udupi in the state of Karnataka, India. They are known for their distinctive geological formations of columnar basaltic… Continue reading

Losing my way

I am still feeling A deep void in my life I am still quenching The fires of my life  . I am falling apart Barely trying to hold myself I seem strong on… Continue reading

I wish you were here

Life is a maze, love is a puzzle I am lost in the haze, caught in the bubble I turn around and see the shadows of you I lie awake and I miss… Continue reading

Madhugiri Fort – The Garrison of South India

Well the petite peek into this peak 3930ft above sea level was just an illusion- it is considered to be the second largest monolith in Asia. The fort accredited to King Hyder Ali… Continue reading