Commuter Bliss – #75 of 365 Poems

Strangers who have become so familiar now No names tagged to each of them Not even sharing a smile with most of them many occupying the same seat or space or handle bar doing the same thing every single day listening to music, reading a book, sleeping, staring I have wondered what their lives are…

Coffee shop – #74 of 365 Poems

On a Coffee Struck weekend morning in the local coffee shop I ponder on the way people order coffee. Do they know what they want before they walk through the door Just like they know what they want when they enter other people’s life May be it does not matter in the case of coffee…

Beer with me Please #73 of 365 Poems

I get it.. a handle makes it easy I also get that one needs to handle it; I can handle, and I am ok even without the handle so Just Pour it I don’t like drinking from the bottle But if you insist I will change my taste Just give it; I will figure out…

Love, Marriage, Religious Conversion and Underwears

We have all been reading in news that in India there are cases of “religious conversion and marriage” or “marriage and religious conversion”. I don’t know the order in which the events happen. One of the cases that has been in the limelight in Kerala is about Fadia and again there are two sides of…

The (in)sane Smile Road #71 of 365 Poems

The road seems to have no end through the mammoth mountains blanketed with clouds deserted for eternity the one who seeks will never find; other than being lost. Everyone is destined to meet each other as strangers matured enough to not one really care and not bother who they know And smile?, It’s now just…

Josh Hanagarne’s The World’s Strongest Librarian is a Must Read

Just finished Josh Hanagarne’s The World’s Strongest Librarian. I picked it from the Library more for it’s title than it’s content. But I should say the content is way more stronger than the title. Hats Off to Josh for writing such an honest memoir and taking people like me into many worlds that I had…