Alien(s) on Valium – excerpts from a dystopian future

Alien(s) on Valium’s chapter 1 circles the story of a young professional who is forced to back to his roots in India from battling corporate North America because of an orange baboon of a President and his immigration policies. This is a series-style short story based in the near future, mildly dystopian, because that’s the…

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Trapped

After a long time the Songwriting, (bad) poetry et al section on the blog has been updated. With what you might ask? What happens when three strangers collaborate on triolet-style poetic take on being trapped, inside one’s body, inside one’s heart, and inside one’s house in a flood. Read here: Trapped

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Alien(s) on Valium Ch.3. Out Now.

Over a series of short encounters, this narcissistic tale of self-realization is based in the near, mildly dystopian future, and portrays the quarter-life crisis of an Indian that is forced to move back to India in lieu of President Trump’s malicious agendas. Alien(s) on valium focuses on the similarities, and the differences in human nature,…

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If John was alive

Song – Strawberry Fields Forever Artist – The Beatles A-side Single – Penny Lane(1967) Just added a new song to the Of Peace, I am #opiam, Part 2: Spring before Summer series, It just happened. Of course, it’s about Lennon. By my senses, I was sitting in a friend’s car in the evening, and listening…

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On Sobriety and Other Myths

(The hippie inside us) Sobriety. Sobriety is a total myth. What hath the poor man abstained himself from? A little winter-evening rum; or smoking cigarettes during the always unkempt and terse breaks in an arduous work-life; or has he refurbished the interiors of his psyche, tired and desiring a change has he retired to his…

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The day after Rosemary died

Song – Something in the way Artist – Nostalghia A questionably extensive twelve hours have passed since I opened my eyes today. I could make out the 300$ beauty smiling at me as I woke up at dawn. For, the affection running through her blue eyes indicated money well spent, and a little later, she…

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Let’s play Hypocrisy, hypocrisy!

(I can’t get no satisfaction) Song – Yeh Duniya Artist – Piyush Mishra FADE IN Once in a while, too often, it feels so soothing, so relieving, so alleviating, so pacifying, find all the god-damned synonyms, if you would!, to just sit back and judge people. Analyze their insufficiency, their indiosyncracy, their worthlessness, the endless…

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Vineyards

  ’27’ is a tricky age for a rockstar, it can be interpreted as his puberty in a way, and to say that Morrison or Cobain were a little immature circumscribing their successful attempts at self righteousness, with all due respect, can’t be totally unjustifiable. Imagine if ‘The 27 Club’ did not exist, well I…

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Music is your special friend!

Starting with my love for music. Here’s something I wrote a long while back, actually, these words were written when I was thinking of coming up with this page but unfortunately I had overlooked the idea then. So, I shall begin again, with the same words. This one is broadly about music. Music is your…

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43 minutes of your time, A Lifetime!

Dark Side Of The Moon – Pink Floyd Introduction: This expression is to present a little gratitude towards this viral phenomenon, termed as, Dark Side Of The Moon, a masterpiece by Pink Floyd. In a way, I owe this to myself and to the record and the band. It is deeply viral indeed, it grows…

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