Tuesday, December 16, 2014

And I Learned To Hate

In a world that have been torn apart by wars and hate,
and which have been divided by narrow domestic walls and gates,
I met a lively and lovely dove,
from whom I learned to love.

With the love that from her I learned,
for years, for her my heart yearned,
and I finally found the courage to say to her that, "I love you",
the three words that couldn't be any more true,

All the love that she taught,
were meant for aught, but for her naught,
so by loving her as deeply as much as I can,
I had greatly mistaken.

"Thou shalt not love me", with angry heart she said,
as if loving someone is something bad,
"If I shall not love her, then what am I supposed to do?",
I wondered as I had no clue.

Loving her was never in my fate,
and for her all I was allowed to have is love's antonym hate,
but how can anyone hate someone so great,
compassion and kindness are one of whose defining traits.

Hating her was not a child's play,
still, I fulfilled her request of hating her but with a delay,
rather than never, it's better to be late,
it took decades but I finally learned to hate.

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Religions Of Peace

What kind of people does this? These Muslims are so brutal, they kill millions of innocent animals mercilessly to appease their God on Eid. First they start with killing innocent animals and then ends with killing "innocent" Homo Sapiens. This is the very reason why I burst fire-crackers on Diwali.

Oh wait, this isn't the picture from Eid but is from Gadhimai Festival. My bad. Carry on Hindus. Jai GadhiMai!!

People say that I should be proud of my Hindu linkage. Seeing the merciless slaughter of innocent animals, I am very "proud" of my Hindu linkage.

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

And I Fell In Love

I fell in love to feel the pain,
which otherwise would be impossible to attain,
to know what it is like to be thirsty in the rain,
and to be tied to a spot by an invisible chain.

I fell in love to get hurt,
to become a person of no worth,
to roam the street like an insane,
and to never be happy ever again.

I fell in love to cry all day and night,
to make my dumb heart and wise brain indulge in a fight,
to never see the light of the day,
and to get all my emotions being mercilessly slayed.

I fell in love to find myself seated among the drunk,
and then to be thrown out of the bar like a junk,
to burn myself with the cigarette's smoke,
and to gamble everything until I become broke.

I fell in love to be cheated,
to be very badly treated,
to be attacked with a dart,
by the person to whom I gave my heart.

I fell in love to become my own foe,
to be the reason of my misery and my woe,
to serve out a life sentence,
and to sell my heart for a couple of pence.

I fell in love to be chastised,
for ignoring other's wise advise,
that love won't make your life bloomy,
and on a contrary, it will make your world gloomy.

And most importantly, I fell in love, despite all these reasons, to be hers,
who makes my heart fly with a whir,
who is the reason I am still alive,
and because of whom I will happily suffer all my life.

~Cartitas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Success 200: GOD FOUND


I was skeptical about God/Goddess, claiming his/her non-existence and then some of my theist friends "humbly" asked me to reconsider, saying that God do exist. Complying to their wish, I did some more extensive research, and found that I was never so wrong in my whole life, and that God do exist, and it's just that I was not able to "feel" him.

On a thorough research, I found these God/Goddess, sitting on their gold throne in their heavenly abode, smiling on the agony of poor non-human animals being sacrificed in his/her name, during Eid al-Adha , Gadhimai festival/Durga Festival, Kapparot and/or Matagh.

On the ground covered with blood of innocent creatures, I saw success 200 message: GOD FOUND.

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

My Sayings, A Collection Part V

~Be so excessively happy, that you keep smiling even when you are on your deathbed. (3rd October, 2014)

~Vegan, because I put my money where my mouth is. (2nd October, 2014)

~What an irony it is that people find vegans "cruel' for speaking out how cruel a non-vegan lifestyle is, but are perfectly fine with a lifestyle that actually inflicts cruelty. (1st October, 2014)

In the darkest hour of the night,
when the light is totally out of sight,
some men commits the most grievous crime,
and some men gives birth to rhyme. (28th September, 2014)

~When fingers kisses the keyboard, wonders happen. (27th September, 2014)

Jalo nahi, jal bano.
Don't be envious of others reaching their harbour while you are stuck in their path. Be like water, make your own path, and reach your own harbour. (25th September, 2014)

~I'm sorry that we live in a world where we need a proper logical explanation for not wanting to harm others or not wishing ill of them and where just the desire of their well-being and reducing their agony doesn't suffice. (21st September, 2014)

~Irony is when a theist tells an atheist to overlook the hatred spread by their religion instead of stopping the propagation of such an acts in the very first place. Don't tell us how peaceful your God is, prove it. (21st September, 2014)

~The body stops craving for food once you provide enough food for thought. (16th September, 2014)

~Talking is such a misuse of lips. (14th September, 2014))

~Only those who are not afraid of getting lost find new vistas. (12th September, 2014)

~The place where man meets nature, becomes the graveyard for every other creature. (11th September, 2014)

~We get hurt only because we choose to get hurt. (8th September, 2014)

~Choose your sins carefully. (7th September, 2014)

~The casualties of war are not the lives that died, but the conscience in us that died. (6th September, 2014)

~I hate explaining why I am a Vegan for precisely the same reason why I hate explaining why I am not a murderer, rapist, racist, sexist, homophobic, pedophile and a bully. You don't need to explain why you care for others. (25th August, 2014)

~There was no word that could have said it better, so I just smiled. And you smiled because you understood what I wanted to say. (23rd August, 2014)

~If we are friends with everyone, we are friends with none. (22nd August, 2014)

~Ae khuda, yeh teri kya kaya hai,
mere jeevan me sukh aur uske jeevan me dukh ki chaya hai,
tu hi bata, me kyun jhukaoun tere samne seesh apna,
jab tu un badnaseebo ke liye kuch bhi nahi kar paya hai. (22nd August, 2014)

~Why talk when you can just sit back and smile. (21st August, 2014)

~I see people so fundamentally afraid to embrace change. I fail to understand how they are expecting not to deteriorate while being static, when even water, that have potentials to convert high standing mountains into rubble, putrefies while stagnant. (16 August, 2014)

~The best way to learn psychology is by travelling. (14th August, 2014)

~Always judge a man by his blog. (13th August, 2014)

~I'm a ship with no harbor. I sail among the waves, which sometimes pushes me down and sometimes pushes me up. But, I sail, for ever and ever. (11th August, 2014)

~People are proud of being well-dressed, well-educated, well-earned, well-experienced, well-known, well-loved. I am proud of being well-traveled. (11th August, 2014)

~What is better than the presence of someone dear,
Or loved one's embrace?
It is the sound of wind in your ears,
And the kiss of it on your face. (9th August, 2014)

~A friend is a one with whom you share your smile, and the one with whom you travel thousands of miles. (3rd August, 2014)

~Every time I visit Nature, she brings a smile to my face. (31st July, 2014)

~There is a little noble person in all of us, but we are too timid to acknowledge, appreciate and nurture him. (28th July, 2014)

~I believe that whatever the situation may be, violence can never be an answer. Violence is like dominoes, when one piece goes down, it takes other pieces with it. (25th July, 2014)

~I love you as much as a pig loves not being a bacon, a chicken loves not being a nugget, a cow loves not being a milk-machine, a Palestinian loves not to being bombed by Israel and a Vegan love animals. (23rd July, 2014)

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Justice For Teesta Setalvad

We live in a world where people are agitated not by the suffering of living creatures but by the questions raised against mythical creatures. Recently, a FIR was filled against Teesta Setalvad for hurting the "religious" sentiments of someone by posting on twitter a juxtaposed images of a deity and journalist James Foley with an ISIS (a notorious band of religious fanatics) terrorist.

My worry is that if an FIR is registered so easily for hurting someone's "religious" sentiments, then why haven't a 13 year old "theist" boy born in a "Hindu" family registered a FIR when his "religious" sentiments were hurt when he read a board on the gates of Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi proclaiming that, "People not belonging to "Hindu" religion are forbidden from entering temple premises" and thus was forbidden from entering a "public place", when he read the same board outside Durga Kund, and thus was forbidden from entering the same, when a same kind of board forbid his mother from entering a temple in Datiya because she was a women, when his friend was forbidden from entering a temple premises because he supposedly was a "Sudra" or when the whole dalit community was tortured when three of them entered a temple premises.

And what wrong did the accused do by contrasting the "deity" to the ISIS terrorist when all they do is to harm innocents, like killing a boy just because he was keeping the gates for her mother (cross-reference: Ganesh), killing a women (his own mother) just because her unbaked clay pot got dissolved in water (cross-reference: Renuka) or killing a man just because he failed to notice the presence of his teacher (cross-reference: Yayati)

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.

Error 404: God Not Found!


Gaza crisis raised many questions in my mind. I saw some people supporting the crisis just because they hate the religion the victims follow and some people condemning the crisis just because they belong to the same religion the victims belong to, and not because they care for the well-being of the victims otherwise. I even saw people praying for the well-being of the victims, as if praying will lessen the suffering of the victims.

When I was a kid, I heard many stories proclaiming how "just" God/Goddess are, by drowning almost every Earthlings, because the "sons of God" found the "daughters of men" beautiful and decided to marry them, by beheading Shishupala just because he abused the "almighty" a hundred times, and by killing 'Asma' bint Marwan because she ridiculed the "almighty" through her poetry.

Hearing all these stories of how "just" these God/Goddess are and what prompt action they take in order to inhibit wrong-doing, I was much confident that any or all God will come down from their heavenly abode to prevent the Gaza crisis or any other such incidents, which are so grievous in nature, as they took prompt action against "crimes" of minuscule magnitude. But seeing no action at all to prevent such heinous crimes against mankind, I was disappointed and was wondering that what made God/Goddess numb on such an important issue and tried to search (Google) where they were during these times of deadly catastrophes, and then I heard a voice from the cloud (cloud computing) that, "Error 404: God Not Found".

~Caritas, Lux et Veritas;
The Unknown Poet.

Justice For Ganesh

Justice delayed is justice denied.

Indian judiciary system is so weak, that there has been so much delay in providing justice to a young boy, that it has practically been denied to him.

A man who killed his wife's son, just because he was carrying out his mother's order of not letting anyone enter the house while she was getting ready, and later killed someone else's son, who are listed in schedule 1 of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and are given absolute protection under the very Act, to "re-live" his wife's son, has not yet been brought to justice.

On the occasion of #GaneshChaturthi, which is marked as both, Ganesh's birth and death day, let's hope that justice is provided to him, irrespective of the fact that who committed the crime.

#JusticeForGanesh

~Caritas, Lux et Veritas;
The Unknown Poet.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

The God Of War

Brown soil turned red,
with the blood of innocents murdered,
but not a single tear was shed,
while thousands were being butchered.

They were ready to kill and get killed without a sigh,
for a creature who they believed lives in the sky,
neither the sight of blood nor the sound of cry,
made those people murder shy.

How can someone be so keen,
to take each others lives,
making widows out of wives,
for someone whom they have never seen.

Doesn't it seems odd,
that these men of God,
instead of standing unified for something good,
holding rage against each other they stood.

Their innocent victims prayed and prayed,
but neither them nor their God really cared,
and by the death of the day,
from the face of the Earth they were wiped away.

They call their God the agent of peace,
but from harming each other they never cease,
for in reality these very Gods, mine as well as yours,
are nothing but a facilitator of wars.

~Caritas, Lux et Varitas;
The Unknown Poet.




Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Birthday Greeting!! (Son)

After a long wait of 365 days,
came the moment when we may,
once again celebrate the birth,
of him who will bring peace on Earth.

Not knowing what to do, many wander,
while some spend their whole life doing wonders,
you surely belongs to the later,
who uses your talent to do something greater.

We wish you a very Happy Birthday, dear son,
and wish that you will always shine like the sun,
and will always be happy and wear a sweet smile,
sweetness of which will be spread to many miles.

Felix Cumple!!

 ~Love, Light and Truth;
The Unknown Poet.