Monthly Archives: October 2016
In the slums of my native town, I found a human as soft as light. Despite his crooked tooth, he smiled; and I wonder if life was kinder to him. In all his misery, he was the epitome of gratitude, that put my essence to shame.
At eighteen I was ready to give up my life, for whatever I wanted. At eighteen life is least of your concern. At eighteen there is a lot of madness and no patience. The hunger of flight gnaws at you, demanding you to jump; to fall and grow wings on the way. At eighteen you’re […]