Summer Thoughts

Painting of sun Abstract Sun by Mrunal Limaye

Time’s wound grows in me With each new passing day. I comfort myself with sky and sleep With words on paper And music that sings Of another’s man’s sorrow. I destroy everything I love Because that destruction Is another form of love. I sit still in the sun all day Learning how to stop thinking. … Continue reading Summer Thoughts

When One Plus One Ends Up Making One (And Math Doesn’t Have Anything to Do With It)

Relationships are like mushrooms really – some are tasty, other poisonous. There’s so much we cannot control about them. Emotions can be fickle, theirs, as well as ours, and the closer we become to someone, the more expectations there are. But we can use our good sense, our reason even, to decide how much and … Continue reading When One Plus One Ends Up Making One (And Math Doesn’t Have Anything to Do With It)

Sweetheart, Please Don’t Frown (Balcony Scene Involving Penniless Lad and Whimsy Lady)

Sweetheart, please don’t frown! The candy shop was closed, The florist was away, The dressmaker has not returned From holiday, The jeweller has left town, The gift shop was out of stock, And as to the flowers along the road They were too sweet, too innocent for plucking. But though my hands be empty, I … Continue reading Sweetheart, Please Don’t Frown (Balcony Scene Involving Penniless Lad and Whimsy Lady)