I remember a sentence that was shared by a professor, a few years back. He used to tell us interesting facts and historical stories every day for at least 10 minutes.
“I never said she stole my money”.
Now, try reading this statement stressing one word at a time.
➟ I never said she stole my money – Someone else could have said it.
➟ I never said she stole my money – I didn’t say that she stole.
➟ I never said she stole my money – I only implied it or witnessed it. Continue reading
My life has changed colours
on your entry as well as the exit.
When I was asleep,
you were near, anytime besides.
Now, when I’m awake,
you are distant, nowhere to be seen.
Your smile that was once soothing,
now like a phantom, is haunting.
The cheery impulse we shared,
is now my lone seizure to be sad.
I’ve let go of some pieces,
but still holding on to many. Continue reading
Sun’s touring uphill
Enjoying the grand vista
I tread down the hill
This is my first attempt at writing a haiku. Accidentally, it also has the usage of a linguistic device ‘Apo Koinou’.