Grid View
List View
Reposts
  • grandfather 12w

    Don't mistake sadness with depression
    One has a thousand flavours
    And the another is bland, vapid.
    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 12w

    If a guy had to make a women cum in order to have babies
    We would be extinct.

  • grandfather 12w

    Blessed are those who aren't lost in the labyrinth of poetries.

    A simple 'I love you '
    And a simple 'I love you too'

    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 16w

    When you hear dragons you imagine dragons
    Why then did they name it 'imagine dragons'?

    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 19w

    'The deeper the words, the longer the silences they are owed'
    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 19w

    Sadness and a poet has a symbiotic relationship. You can get a mild taste on it in everything he does.
    Similarly, there's a senseless and meaningless cheerfulness in Sufism.
    It's mystic, it doesn't follow a path,
    A book, 'a teaching'.
    It just happens spontaneously when you cross a threshold, a mental barrier.
    And when one sees what the universe is showering you with, a little bit of ecstasy is bound to ooze out of you.
    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 20w

    I am high on a song again!

    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 20w

    It can't be any more mature than this.
    Talking to your first love as she is getting married,
    Watching everything you ever dreamt of crumble in front of you, yet greet her with a smile. Finding that genuine wish for her happiness amongst all the plethora of curses.
    Accepting it's happening to you,
    It's not a novel, not a Bollywood movie
    It's your life.
    The pain, the regret, the reality,
    Just all coming together to suffocate the child inside you, and it does until it's dead.
    And all there's left is a grown-up,
    An adult.

    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 21w

    I miss those teenage years when simply jerking off was the solution to all my problems.

    ©grandfather

  • grandfather 21w

    That compulsive need to look at your phone amongst strangers to avoid awkwardness, when did it start??

    Learn to be idle. We aren't meant to be busy always, like robots, you are allowed a break and letting strangers assume things about you doesn't lower your worth.
    Next time you are waiting for a friend at a coffee shop, a park, or just waiting in line for your turn, don't just run to your phone for rescue. Bore yourself, bore others. Stare at people, things, listen, pay attention. You might find that there's a beautiful world out there too.

    ©grandfather