Category Archives: Rants and Rambles

Dear so-and-so

Dear Heavily Pregnant Woman On Bus, That you choose to travel on a crowded bus some five hours before your water is going to break is your issue to deal with. You can use it to blackmail your partner/ lover/ … Continue reading

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A random thought – about her

I think of you randomly. Whenever I write a poem, for instance. I think of you how you would gently mail me, twisting my monkey ears over faulty grammar. Or a misplaced period. How you would then praise a certain … Continue reading

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Saturday night ramble

What a fantastic song. How flawless. How beautifully moody. And stubborn. I don’t listen to ELP often enough. To be frank, I think I have been tuning out of “angrezi-firang” music. But it takes a certain moodiness to shove me … Continue reading

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On Guilt

Guilt is absurd to deal with. Like an onion, the layers manifest themselves with the promise of more weeping and sniffing. But how guilty should you feel? Should you feel guilty if you are actually powerless in a situation? Should … Continue reading

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On Fighting

Fights are complicated creatures. At what point is a fight too serious. More importantly, at what point is a fight actually an expression of an emotional disconnect rather than the need for attention. When someone raises their voice, are they … Continue reading

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All this joy about 49-O and Elections

Elections are expensive. If you have friends, you would by now have received some ten thousand forwards on this elusive little section in the People’s Representation Act – a fabled 49-O. Here’s what it says. 49-O. Elector deciding not to … Continue reading

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Voter’s Dilemma

Wikipedia describes Dilemma as: A dilemma is a problem offering at least two solutions or possibilities, of which none are practically acceptable; one in this position has been traditionally described as being impaled on the horns of a dilemma, neither … Continue reading

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