Poem

Have you ever woken up,

And the one you love isn’t there,

Despite your reassurances,

You know she doesn’t care.

When you go to sleep at night,

You wish she’s with you,

Start dreaming and thinking about her,

Until it’s so late it’s 2.

When you see her,

Your heart stops,

When you talk to her,

You act like a total flop,

After all this time,

She’s still in your heart,

And that,

Is what we call love.

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Live your dreams

After the stay of 5 nights and 6 days at one of the very good hotel at small town [city around 75 kms from Bengaluru, in southern India], completing my official tour, I was returning to my home city in another state [in western part of India]. It was 2nd January 2015, I was leaving town…I was at hotel and in quite a good mood and yes I was first time traveling alone for a long distance.

I am a devotee of Lord Krishna, while I was getting ready, I was in a good mood and just said with a big smile on my face “ DEEP FAITH, GRATITUDE & PATIENCE, LOVE LORD KRISHNA” and I felt so loved and happy. As I got ready, I went to reception for billing and check out. As per our company policy, laundry charges for less than 15 days tour are required…

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The facts to prepare my multi-paragraph essay on, “Wish you were here.”

In my case, I think it was Norman who murdered Dorothy. The evidence:

After she died and left, he was whistling- Why would you whistle after somebody dies? The handwriting from the letters and Norman’s handwriting are the same. One of the first letters that were sent said, Beautiful spot, returning here before going to back to Sydney, which means that Norman sent this letter to show his enthusiasm for the gnome that Dorothy bought. I think that later on, when Norman started sending the letters to Dorothy that were signed, “Mr. Gnome”, he thought it would break her, and then he could kill her.

For those that don’t know, this book was written by Frank Jones, and is about a woman named Dorothy, who’s a widow, and she purchases a gnome, and later on, get’s creepy letters from “Mr Gnome”. Is it REALLY the gnome, who disappeared, or just the mailman pulling a prank on her? After, Dorothy gets killed. Our assignment is to either continue the story, or tell WHO murdered Dorothy.

Wheel of Fate

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Wheel of Fate

 

Black always

suffices, even

on alpine floppy

hats in old

Gwangju.  Complicated math

is required: figures

beyond earth

stroll, hypocrites preach

to children but they

know: strayed already

avoided early parenthood

by pure luck or smarts.

Some big mouth

goes down: broke domestic rules

so cunnilingus,

which was all

he had left, has been

taken away.  The death

of intimacy

proves Karmic

payment is never really

complete, as

“it’s over” rings in

ears, eyes tear, son laughs,

Not knowing

why a grown man would ever

be so full

of emotions.  Ten

years down, where is up?

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