• Contemplation
  • A Lonely World Made Lonelier

    Who would have thought that, in the span of a year, our lives would be changed so drastically? Things that were part of our everyday lives before now seem daunting as we are faced with the anxiety of catching the virus. The virus I am talking about is, of course, Covid-19, which has greatly impacted […]

  • Contemplation
  • Rain, Raincoat & a Rifle

    Rain has a distinct utility. It has a calming effect and power to cultivate your memory. Especially if it is a weekend and mug full of fine Lankan tea in hand. Clouds having a game all day and how I enjoy that. Could get very tricky for the mind. And so it has happened to […]

  • Contemplation
  • Pandemic pondering

      There is a strange rage in the air A strange kind of discomfort Silence, panic and breathing low The sun shines a little less today The wind blows little slow. The world is standing still, as if hanging by a moment. When I was very young, I once came across to an essay subject: […]

  • Contemplation
  • Blast from past

    Today I will share a book and a teapot with you. Both I inherited from my grandparents.  It is a 1947 edition of Rubaiyat by Omar Khayyam translated by Edward Fitzgerald. I managed the book from my grand father’s library. He had a big personal library stuffed with various kinds of books. It was a […]

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  • What is a weekend?

    Ahh.. the sweet smell of weekend is here… I have already started baking… How do you guys spend your weekends? I totally stay lethargic.. sticking around my bed, doing home spa, or spend quality time in the parlour. Weekends are precious and just around 8pm every weekend I feel like crying if I don’t spend […]