People interest me. I look around in the sea of faces in hope to find someone who won’t creep out if I randomly blurt “Do you believe in destiny?” ; and well, I admit, it’s difficult to convince people I’m sane whenever I do that. And so, at the end, I compel myself to be satisfied with questions like “How is the weather?” and “where do you work?”
I’ve been writing for sometime now on WordPress and certainly feel intrigued with so many unique and beautiful views about life my fellow bloggers hold. So I’ve decided, instead of creeping out random people on the streets, I’d like to ask you all a few questions. You obviously don’t need to answer all of them, maybe 5, 2, or even 1 which you found to be thought provoking. And even if you don’t want to type all of that, maybe just ponder upon them? You might get to know so much more about your own thoughts!
So here are the questions!
- What is beauty to you?
- How do you define love?
- Do you believe in karma? Why?
- According to you, what is the meaning of life? Is there any?
- Do you believe in God? Why?
- What is your philosophy of life?
- List some of your favorite artworks. (Anything…movies, books, poetries, paintings, songs..)
- If everyone in the world had same interests as you, how different would the world be?
- What are the things you feel everyone should experience at least once in their life?
- What gives you hope?
- What does ‘home’ mean to you?
- What matters to you? Why?
- What is something you do different from everyone else?
- What are the little things you stop to appreciate and enjoy?
- Any life advice you’d like to share with me?
I’m looking forward to all your answers in the comments!
I am a wanderer
Where everything seems to be
I am a wanderer.
Bear with me
My questioning eyes
The way I’m never satisfied
I’m seeking for more
More than the universe places before me.
I am a wanderer
Don’t get tired
When I tell you
All this will never be
Enough to quench my thirst
Of finding the truth.
For I’m a wanderer
And you are where I’ll come back after every discovery;
You’re my pilgrimage, where I’ll come looking for peace
After every journey.
I’m sitting here
In my favorite cup,
With all the books
That have ever touched
That play in my mind
Over and over;
With everything I’d ever want.
Is all I get to embrace, to hold.
Now I feel
When you had in your remorse told me
That you wanted to return my favours,
I should’ve simply told you, instead
To give me back, myself.
As we grow old
And the secrets we hold
Will die with passing time;
But yourhand in mine
And the story so divine,
Will live on forever.
As the colors fade,
And the butterflies shades
Lose their serenity;
But like the skies beyond,
Our love will go on
Will never lose it’s beauty.
When the wrinkles on my cheeks
Will describe an age so wise,
You’ll never fade away,
Forever be in lover’s eyes.
This love is no less than heaven
And beautiful as ever;
It’s never long enough,
But no less than forever.
As you untangled my locks,
My secrets spilled off;
While we lay there entwined,
Your thoughts blending into mine.
And when you looked at me, lovingly
Everything else faded;
The same way how sun rays,
Dancing through my hair, unbraided
Made the dark feel loved, look beautiful.
I sit here, spellbound
By the moon, her charm
Darkness that veils everything,
Takes me lovingly in her arms.
I sit here, reminiscing
My past glories, without judgement
Sans noise, just me and my thoughts
My poetries, my madness.
Night envelopes my fears
In her stillness, with her tricks
I’ll never be a morning person, for the night is my kingdom
And I, a slave her to her beauty, prisoner to her magic.
You drink through the glasses
Filled with regrets and sorrows;
Laugh it off, raise a toast,
Shamelessly believing your smile hides it all;
But my eyes know no bounds,
They drown in your soul.
Call it an unhealthy peculiarity,
Your eyes can never decieve me;
We may be strangers in words,
But in silence,our conversations wander aimlessly.
When tired of wearing masks,
We befriend in misery;
Our angels might not be aquaintances,
But your demons find a home in me.