The Gita: The Inspiration

Remember this excerpt from ‘As You Like It,’ All the world’s a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances;And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages. Wherein William Shakespeare reduces the role of human beings into ‘merely players?’ A bibliophile would have alreadyContinue reading “The Gita: The Inspiration”

A Pair of Effeminate Legs

His legs are streaky, his thoughts are bigoted, His words are sugary, insincere, only frictional. He’s dramatic, thinks he’s capable of creating An impact wave, the waves fail to hit the shore. Thinks himself as an intellectual, imposes himself with the blunt sword made of mud upon the poor folk. Highly ungrateful, floats around tryingContinue reading “A Pair of Effeminate Legs”