Tag Archives: Sunday Scribblings

A wreck in Pallava Bay

Just like a raven at the sight of a roadkill, Danujan instantly thought of the loot he might possibly get from the wreck. Try as he might, though, he could not enter without tools. He had to act fast before … Continue reading

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Ruminations about current trends in love I

L’amour ne peut plus voyager Il a perdu son messager – Georges Moustaki Is there less love now than there used to be? Perhaps the messengers have indeed died off, as in chemical reactions where two need to react but … Continue reading

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with the promise of a man

Harvest Did I see you down in a young girl’s town with your mother in so much pain? I was almost there at the top of the stairs with her screamin’ in the rain. Did she wake you up to … Continue reading

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Courage

Cherish oneself, ululate release, …

Well … another enigmatic one. I wrote several acronym ‘poems’ for courage because no image arose from the word. Continue reading

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Fugue in D minor

No surprise then that the dinner served by the rats was birdfeed. Continue reading

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I wanna be your light

I wanna be your light
Let me be your light, I’ll light your way
Across the milky way
I wanna be your star,
Let me be your star, I’ll light your way
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The books that changed everything

Pretty soon I started reading John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan, Truman Capote, Upton Sinclair and many other American writers. Continue reading

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