1. Connect to hundreds (or thousands, if you can) of other smartphones through Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram. For the definition of a smartphone, read the rest of this list. 2. See a fraction (say 10%, not more) of population in point 1 in real life. 3. Love yourself. Befriend the selfie, and if possible the … Continue reading How to be a smartphone
1. Because the blurb on the back cover made it irresistible. 2. Because I flipped to a random page and liked what I read. 3. Because the cover was dreamy, trippy or plain intriguing. 4. Because the font size was okay; I would not need a magnifying glass. 5. Because it virtually leapt off the … Continue reading Why I pick books at a bookstore
His hunger he can never sate and he never ever discriminates. If you question his eating and ask why, he’ll say he wants to be a butterfly. 100 Days of Happy Poems, Poem 2 Inspired in no small measure by Ogden Nash and his animal poems.
Today I start a new poetry challenge: 100 days of happy poems. Yes, you read that right. It's bloody tough writing 100 poems sharing happiness. Without a touch of gloom or anything negative. Let's see how this goes. Thanks to Bharath, a brilliant poet from Bangalore, for starting this. Tented Spaces Our tent is … Continue reading Another poetry challenge
I discovered electricity when I touched you. When the tingle in my skin echoed with the one in yours. When sparks flew off our tongues and created electric arcs. When the jigsaw of your back fit into my arms. I discovered electricity when our bodies fused into each other, and not a single ray of … Continue reading Electricity