Into oblivion

Silently, goes the mind into oblivion, without a second glance to the miseries, left behind.

Mumblings of a Fool – Free Book 13/02/2020 – 16/02/2020 PST

‘Mumblings of a Fool’ is now free on Kindle till Sunday 16th of February. Get you copy now. Available worldwide, free on Kindle for this Valentine’s Day. Happy Reading. Mumblings of a Fool ‘Mumbling of a Fool’ is a collection of poems written over a decade. It is a collection of free form poetry and does not follow any specific…

Thought of the day – 13/02/2020

It will all come to an end, with a crash and a bang or a whisper. But before that, there must be a start – do not meet your end before you begin something.

The Silent Betrayal – Free Book 13/02/2020 – 17/02/2020 PST

‘The Silent Betrayal’ is now free on Kindle till Monday 17th of February. Get you copy now. Available worldwide, free on Kindle for this Valentine’s Day. Happy Reading. The Silent Betrayal Johann Blakemore is a multi-billionaire, heir to one of the richest and most influential companies in North America. Despite the enormous wealth he remains troubled, confused and at constant…

Misreading intent

In the face of the worldI look deepSearching for a regretBut I misread the intent.

Joke of the day 31/01/2020

I bought some shoes from a drug dealer. I don’t know what he laced them with, but I was tripping all day!

Mumblings of a Fool – New Book Cover

Mumblings of a Fool ‘Mumbling of a Fool’ is a collection of poems written over a decade. It is a collection of free form poetry and does not follow any specific traditional structure or theme. The diverse topics include poems on social commentary, love & lost love, self reflection, peace & hope, anti hate & violence, secular non-conformism and the…

The Silent Betrayal – New Book Cover

The Silent Betrayal Johann Blakemore is a multi-billionaire, heir to one of the richest and most influential companies in North America. Despite the enormous wealth he remains troubled, confused and at constant crossroads with his internal struggles. He suspects his father, whom he hates deeply, of secretly being a Nazi but has been unable to prove it so far. And…

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