I’ve always found poetry to be my favourite form of literature. Especially the sorts which have stories to tell in just four lines and keep you thinking for days after you read them. A friend shared this poem today and in light of some recent events, I thought they were some of the most beautiful and empowering verses I have read. Life hurls before us many choices – on making … Continue reading “Invictus”

Some Days Are Just Like That…

There are moments when you forget all your worries All the heart breaks All what matters to you, all what doesn’t Some days are just like that. There are the hours that you wish would last forever When you could gaze upon the Sun And feel full of warmth Some days are just like that. There is that time when you’re desperately trying to remember a dream Make sense of … Continue reading “Some Days Are Just Like That…”

All The Difference

Thought for the day.  From Robert Frost and a set of brilliant graphic designers.  Dedicated to me and other people like me who know of the many options available, and struggle to choose between what they love and what they must do. Sometimes travelling a road frequented often might make all the difference. Sometimes otherwise.


I’m not a huge poem connoisseur, but this I’ve always had a weak spot for Rudyard Kipling’s works. Not just because he wrote so much about India, but that they had a certain soul to them.  I had read ‘If’ by Kipling when I was younger, but I think it is now that I understand a bit of what he meant to tell us. If you can keep your head … Continue reading “If.”

Glory in the Flower

What though the radiance which was once so brightBe now for ever taken from my sight,Though nothing can bring back the hourOf splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower;We will grieve not, rather findStrength in what remains behind; — I came across this verse by Wordsworth yesterday. He talks about the overcoming. The absolute necessity to stand up once you have fallen, time and again. The deriving strength … Continue reading “Glory in the Flower”