A METAPHOR ABOUT LOVE

This is a metaphor about me, a metaphor about love. In this metaphor, I used characters from the book, The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clason. Characters retain their roles but this Metaphor has no correlation with the content of the book in any sense. Moreover, when you’re done reading, drop your comment.... Continue Reading →

Silence in absence

We haven't spoken in three days and all the other days conversations seem to feel forced, reluctant to my ways she has become my fear of how relations drift apart , catastrophic for its strains, bad for its sad. None of us glad distant lover, ex lover, my lover, I loved you before & will... Continue Reading →

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