Yellow Rose

Yellow Rose

(a view from my ‘home made’ roof garden)

“The most beautiful view is the one I share with you.”
– Author Unknown



LOgic versus puppy LOve

LOgic versus puppy LOve

Infatuation is the state of being carried away by unreasoned passion or love. Hillman and Phillips describe it as a desire to express the libidinal attraction of addictive love. Usually, one is inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone.
Three types of infatuation have been identified by Brown: the first, and perhaps most common, being a state of ‘being carried away, without insight or proper evaluative judgement, by blind desire’. The second, ‘evaluation…may well be sound although the craving or love remains unaffected by it’; while ‘a third type is that of the agent who exhibits bad judgement and misevaluation for reasons such as ignorance or recklessness’, regardless of their desire.
(Picture courtesy-medical humour,content wikipedia)

The 3 perspectives of SUN set

The 3 perspectives of SUN set

The same SUN creates the illusion of sunset in one place and a sun rise in another place at the same time.It set a time zone in which one man wakes up and ready for activity where as another man retired to bed and started to sleep.The third perspective it pushes the life one step forward to death by closing the day forever.
(The views are my own and the picture view is from a boat to Fortkochi)

chorus of crows

chorus of crows

The only birds left were crows

Shouting their haunted cries

Beyond the withered banks, and creeks

Into the darkened skies

With their home shattered and minds blank

Their hearts possessed with blackened words

Forlorn the day, predictable in its own

The immense respect for life’s only birds
Poem: courtesy to Emilie Madden)
(picture from an unnamed island near Fortkochi.There are cranes too in the crowd of crow)

River view

River view

The current that with gentle murmur glides
Thou knowest, being stopped, impatiently doth rage;
But when his fair course is not hindered
He makes sweet music with th’ enamelled stones,
Giving a gentle kiss at every sedge
He overtaketh in his pilgrimage.
– William Shakespeare, Two Gentlemen of Verona
(The picture of Aluva river kerala,India,Took the photo from a moving train)

Let me quench my thirst,oh dying river….

Let me quench my thirst,oh dying river....

A scene from Kerala.Bharathappuzha (“River of Bhārata”), also known as the River Nila, is a river in India in the state of Kerala. With a length of 209 km, it is the second-longest river in Kerala, after the Periyar River.Indiscriminate and illegal sand-mining affects the drinking water supply schemes and threatens the very existences of the river.