Poetry Painfully Penned

The faces are back, atrophied somewhat after being cast in mandate Shadow of the shape frozen in time like a deer stunned by bright light How awful, the dead pan muscles unrelated, the eyes wide shut Like a wound with a faint indelible scar that can’t express Limited to emoji’s, fragmented unmoving motion Like the beta tests embedded with injection Without lucidity of fluidity of … Continue reading Poetry Painfully Penned

No Middle Ground

Like the perfect electromagnetic pattern of the body, where there is a bud there’s also always a rose there in a very subtle way even before flowering. When it comes to the electromagnetic pattern, a rose or a human being, there’s no middle ground that doesn’t corrupt the pre-established perfection of existence (as Sadhguru says). Hence too it’s also well know in negotiations, that you … Continue reading No Middle Ground