Tag Archives: love

Trophy love

Post Views = 1567My wanderlust leads me to the North this time. I am a traveler of our times who never owned a real passport or money to improve his own jagged life. At 26, I have travelled to more than 18 countries all over the world- doing things that won’t influence anyone’s life positively. I am forced to travel. …

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Going with the flow

Post Views = 3053I have been away for a while engaging laziness in an unfathomable way. I would have loved to come back here and tell you how exciting my life has been in the last couple of weeks but alas! I cannot because there hasn’t been anything exciting. I have been cuddling with laziness and suffocating in an immense …

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A place where the village remembers

Post Views = 3435Back then when I was growing, love was sought with monstrous effort. The telephone was just arriving in the big cities and towns around, owned by ‘big people’ in government or companies that had sharpened their saws enough. This is to say that communication in the village was mostly verbal, the face to face kind. Having grown …

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Dear Moriaty

Post Views = 1911It has been a while since our last correspondence. I address you as Moriaty to conceal your real identity just so my friends won’t be on my back and neck immediately after am done writing this. More so, yours won’t be visiting your inbox to ask if we are back together or we broke up again or …

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Is Love Real?

Post Views = 1435Love surely is a human construct. A hedge against the terror of mortality. I believe that, but it doesn’t account for the times I have felt it myself; with my parents, my mother especially (Damn! I love that woman), my romantic partners (there has been more than one; in gambling terms we would call that an over …

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The perils of long distance relationships

Post Views = 3549I should probably start this article with a disclaimer: If you are in a long distance relationship please stop reading this now. Read something fun, like Plato’s allegory of the cave or the allegory of the Copernicus revolution or Galileo Galilei’s works or even better, Aristotle thoughts on modern philosophy. Or perhaps read The Divine Comedy by …

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