Life Without Art

Life Without Art


    Lord Brinasla felt in the beginning it was difficult for his ego to listen to someone much younger and yet much wiser. But after hearing what Kasheva had just said, he felt the truth had come to his eyes as bright as the sun. Surreptitiously he glanced at Lady Vanisla who, again, was … Continue reading

If You Can…

If You Can…


* * * If you can part the sea…; Oh, no you can’t. If you can turn water into wine…; Oh, no you can’t. If you can split the moon into two halves…; Oh no, you can’t. But if you can love…; Oh, yes you can. Everybody can. * Yet it’s not the kind of … Continue reading

One Night in St James Park

One Night in St James Park


* * * “Whassup, cute girl?” a stranger tried to grab Isabella’s shoulder in one dark midnight. “Argh!” Isabella screamed and ran. No one seemed to hear her screaming there near London Metro, so she kept running until she found a taxi and went home. Every time Isabella remembered that horrifying experience she was upset. … Continue reading

The Shadow of Love

The Shadow of Love


* * * When the shadow of Love engulfs your spirit, all of a sudden you remember that you have just tasted the bitterness of Love. Love is bitter that it will crucify you with disgust and smashes your soul into fragments. And as you lie in a bed of thorns, Love will thread a … Continue reading

Indonesian Tea Up for Grabs

Indonesian Tea Up for Grabs


Friends, Which of these poems do you like best? And why?   I Can Pour Light Into A Cup A Fleeting Moment of Surprise My Greetings to You God Invites You to A Party Dance, Dance Under the Rain Don’t You Fear the Unknown? I have three Teh Sari Wangi packages up for grabs. So … Continue reading

Francois and Fishing

Francois and Fishing


* * * It was Friday night, and Francois was in his office, engulfed in deep frustration. Jean Luc, who had been Francois’ friend for ten years, gave him a friendly call, “What are you doing tomorrow?” “Nothing.” “Let’s go fishing. We haven’t done it for ages.” Francois was elated and accepted the invitation. After … Continue reading