When I saw willy-nilly

I thought it was completely silly

My mind went completely blank

What could come out from this brain close to a shank

Then I realized

Even my thoughts as released

Could make a nice piece

After all, this isn’t a race.

My Favorite Lessons of Life

There are certain lessons of life  that seem to be guiding man into a depth of intellect. Learning Maths taught me that formulas are very important in solving equations but it is completely useless when you know the formula but have no idea how it answers the question. Similarly, knowing the lessons of life should not be the only pursuit- knowing what those lessons mean and how they apply should be considered.

These are five lessons of life that have really got me hooked and as I have written, how and when to apply it becomes a problem so added are what to do with these lessons:

  • Those hardest to love need it most- Love everyone, who knows, there might be someone you might not be able to stand but that person is actually the one who needs it the most because of deep hurt. People usually use coldness as a facade for pain.

  • Your destiny is yours only, own it- Whatever you will become or are supposed to do some day is yours to become or do. If you allow people to choose your path for you, you will be doing what they have to and definitely driving towards your own unfulfilled future.

  • Life is the biggest stage- You want to do so many things, show many people what you are capable of and whatever? Life is the biggest platform. As long as you live you have a chance, after life, there is no longer a show.

  • You have to be your own best friend- Trust is completely objective, but apart from yourself, who better can you tell about all your life and trust in order not be disappointed. Love yourself, trust yourself and most importantly, regulate your own self.

  • The truth will set you free- Don’t entangle yourself with the fear of being discovered or covering up for lies. Let the truth be your sole lead, and you will find that your heart bleeds less. Knowing the truth also releases you from any clench of oblivion. What you don’t really know about is what hinders your opportunity to move forward.

Twinkled and Prickled


The first time i recited “twinkle twinkle little stars” my first thoughts were if only i could pluck out one diamond. So maturing, I thought, if it was sparkling then it was diamond, and if it was diamond, then it was harmless. Instead I was clouding my mind with a veil, refusing to see the reality that the fact that they twinkled didn’t mean the harmful sharp ends could be ignored. Instead they gave a prickle, could go as deep as an endless hole, or as wide as the ocean. Yes, then I realized, what twinkled sparkled because it was alerting its surroundings that it had the ability to give a prickle or much worse, pierce deep.

Crazy Jump


Bridge the gap between a bridge and a moment of craze

It takes one moment to decide if to jump

Or just scream in utmost insanity

Well, it never makes sense

Why jump when you can just decide to scream

Or why scream if yo can just decide to jump

This is probably one absurd repetition

That’s the whole point

Though it is completely ludicrous

It gives some kind of content, not just content

Don’t let things that make sense

Be the only things that make actual sense

Sometimes, a confusion or inconsistency

Conveys an actual message