Author Archives: aourbind

Originally posted on Part-broken, Part-whole:
You are beyond your haunting eyes. Me, my words are my eyes.   The color of my “Come home” A deep amber flecked with phosphorescence   The color of your “God, yes.” Purple with streaks of…

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Originally posted on Part-broken, Part-whole:
~ The sum of my years has been spent knowing your body  and learning the puzzle of how we fit and connect into each other.    The plane of your flank flush with my arm.  My…

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Originally posted on Part-broken, Part-whole:
    I know what eyes are made of. They’re made of the ocean, of caramel, of December mornings, of drops of absinthe and splinters of amber. Eyes are made of honeycomb. Of steel. Of midnight…

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The duck stoops here/Akhilesh Yadav

B.Butt : Hi this is B.Butt,today we have with us new democratically elected C.M. of UP, son of neta ji…& if you think he is some BOSE you are an ignorant fellow.Our new neta ji is self styled maulana mulayam … Continue reading

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Originally posted on karmnirvan:
(To Women) please take time to ponder…….. (To Men) enjoy the story…….. Young King Arthur was ambushed and imprisoned by the monarch of a neighboring kingdom. The monarch could have killed him but was moved by…

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Melancholic Me

I’ve seen a pattern,a trend when I read blogs to spend my spare time. Almost every body is trying to write about sad events,problems & what is wrong in our society. I agree there are problems , but you see … Continue reading

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Theater of cruelty/panic

A form of theatre which seeks to communicate to audience a sense of pain ,suffering,and the presence of evil primarily through non verbal means.The term was first used by the surrealist actor Antonin Artaud in his essay Le Theater de la cruaute (1932). Artaud … Continue reading

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