These walls do not discriminate.
I walk, Down alleyways and passages, Corridors and lanes, And roads, As if I am one person too much, Occupying more space than I exist in. So I make myself small, Pull my hands in And hold them folded, Against my body. I stick to the straight line, That becomes fine while I walk. And … Continue reading Shrinking Women
Tell us something about yourself. Suffice it to say I am a woman? So, what do you feel? I feel a lot of things: angst, anxiety, paranoia, joy, ecstasy, happiness, delusion and fear, but never too safe. You don't feel safe? Yes. And no, this isn't a country thing. I mean I tried everything, dressing … Continue reading The Interview
I was standing at one of the windows, watching the parade that day from the third floor. Suddenly, amidst the noise, three explosions down the length of the road had me falling down on my knees and covering my ears. I looked up and saw people running, flesh strewn about the road and the some … Continue reading Fear I
Wow. Please go ahead an ban Shahrukh Khan, self proclaimed moralists. He spoke up and is that what actors aren't supposed to do? Oh wait, they're just meant to mind their own business. No one's bothering them. Why should they be getting vocal? Oh yeah. You forget, in your misplaced enthusiasm that these are people … Continue reading My faith
Sanity pours over drunken souls, and secrets come out. Rings of smoke rise like wildfire, and the high of addiction, amidst momentary digressions, finally comes around, to violent assertions. Day after day, keen curiosity withers. New ways, naive inventions and novel thoughts, rot. They rot in the deep faulting lines, of the greyish matter that … Continue reading Addiction