Foolish Sheep

They think you a fool, and you be a fool, they come dressed in while, with a divine sight, And you believe them, As sheep would with the promise of a better graze, You are a fool, And will remain a fool, Lest you remember, That those that come clad in white, Once held your…

Ambiguous God

Follow me, to a place, unknown, to do a thing, never before known, do not ask me what, and do not ask me how, my godliness lies, in the ambiguity of it all.

Cowards who fight

And so I see them killing and hunting, Crying for blood of those they know not of, And I see them howling and growling, Spitting on the fates of those they care not of, Vicious eyes and ferocious heart they carry, No reason they have to slaughter so many, I see them coming from the…

The shrine of human intellect

An eternal wait, we endure, to come here, to what is great, awakening of senses, discovering thoughts in multitude, yet we give it away, for one man’s folly, endorsed by many a like, and enforced with a righteous might, the wrong of which is never deemed guilty, we give in and commit, the societal suicide,…

Quote of the day

Do not expect to get any respect when you come up with bullshit stories, believe it to be truer than truth and force people to acknowledge it as a fact.

A god that never was to be

Are you down again? On your knees, all fours as it were to be, praying to a god, that you have never seen, and what did you pray for? maybe some sense, but did you get it? what is it that you asked, and what is it that you got? nothing would come, unless you…

Thought of the day – in solidarity with Hebdo

To the religious fanatics who murdered the journalists and wish to kill others likewise, You say God loves all humanity, and your prophet was a human as well, so he cannot love one more than other. Otherwise your prophet would have stayed alive for a million years if God loved him more, and if you…

Finding the truth through deception

Discreetly parading the notions of existence, in a way hidden from reality, woven into the persistence of fiction, undermining the substance within reason. Subtly hindering the progress, by seeing beyond where there is nothing to be seen, creating a determinant shallow sea, where if you drown you are said to have found your inner self….

quote of the day

The disease that has plagued the human kind for generations is determining morality, values of good and evil, through a book rather than finding it within themselves

What makes you think

What makes you think, that they will not stop, killing, murdering, enforcing their will, what makes you wonder, that they will change, with all the hatred they harbor, they only want you to change, change to a blood seeking mongrel, to a senseless maniac, and to believe in their god, promote peace through bullets and…

Quotes of Past

I just realized what I had been doing while trying to post few quotes that I dug up of mine from my old notebooks. I was reposting as an update, erasing each previous one. But anyway here they are all together, I really like reading up my own writing from a time before, than I…

Mental Decadence

Continuous erosion of thoughts have led this world to a moral decay sprouted out of the long perceived good the struggle of human endeavor needlessly tied to a book of bitter knowledge and faltering conviction what comes from me now and what you perceive is what connects you from me here from within this sphere…

Internet Trolls

I do not understand internet trolls at all if I am being honest. Or not just trolls let’s take to a basic level, people who do not agree with you. If you do not like something, than just do not view it, do not read it and do not visit such websites or profiles. Life…

What am I?

What am I, If not a God? A tyrant mistier with power in abundance. What am I, If not an Angel? A thoughtless servant with no sense of believe. What am I, If not a Devil? A spoiled brat finding light by darkness. What am I, If not a Human? A soulless Zombie on the…

My shiny bright chair

Upon the silver seas, solitude I have found, Holier than thou, God I have crowned.   No matter how far tomorrow may seem, Forgiving is still not my pleasing dream   I want to see you cry and die, Bleed in my arms your pathetic life   I want to sing to the devil’s bride,…

Essay on the disolution of the moral values

A poet that can be seen as denying Fitzgerald’s claims through Amory of the dissolution of the moral values through faith and believe of the recent old is Rudyard Kipling. Kipling believed highly in moral values of the old and that civilizations through all its good and evil cannot sustain without them and that everything…

The silent betrayal

The flirtation of my mind with thoughts of darker shades is a constant curse that I have been living with all my life. I do not blame my mind for taking that route when it pleases to do so, but I do blame my will for not retracting it back to the place it belongs….

Divine entity

There will be a time, When I will be, What I can be, But till that time comes, I shall relax and wait, And be, Just another divine entity.

The Silent God in Me

Silence is in the arbour of this hallowed disgrace, Silence is in the moment when time fades, Silent are the words spoken with a meaning, Silent are the minds, sits who upon such lore, Silence is in the air above and below, Crazy eyes shouting still silent are their reasons, Silent be the music that…

Muddy puddle

How far away, your little mind will run? Run, they say, run, It will only end up in a stumble, Bits falling flat onto, a muddy puddle, Well better a muddy puddle, I say, than on a cross, with over affectionate nails.