Gazebo

Every so often we come across things in life that we wish had taken a different turn, and how things might have been much better if such and such a thing had happened in the way you had wanted it to. Being the daydreamer (lifedreamer?) that I am, am wont to say I too have such moments everyday.

Though on a more practical note I am more inclined towards the fundamentals of “Game Theory” than towards daydreaming, but then, I cannot with any amount of effort get rid of the daydreaming portion of my life without also letting go of my rationality, because somehow I believe that the two in my case or maybe in a lot of people’s cases are so intertwined to such a level that for every pound of the daydreaming flesh, rationality seems like a drop of blood.

This daydreaming of mine was sometimes chronicled into the verses in the poems you see below. They deal with my world. The entire thoughtspan of my world from “a world that could have been”, to a “world that is” to a “world that still can be”. It is going to be a lot of fun to sit back after another 30 or 40 years and then read about the world as I saw it way back in my life and see how much of what I wished fructified and how much petered out.

Pollyanna

Highway to Pandora

Awake

Lake Infinity

Godse

Effortless

Free

Walk Back

Walk Away

Crossroads Again

Recoil

Foundry

Final Stand

Shadows of the Earth

Resilience

Songstress

Within Beyond

Strangers Again

Sunset

Threshold

Orbit

Broken

Coated Gold

Ascension

Moontide

Messengers Of Mortality

A Bride’s Farewell

Undesire

Sunset

Leaving Atlantis

Strangers

A Walk To Remember

Us

Fairytale

Mystic Tenant

Relatively Love

Where Love Has Gone

Shadows

Teardrops

Cup Of Love

Catharsis

Pray For Me Brother

Let His Will Prevail

Teardrop

In The Name Of God

Discipline

Call Of The Valley

Walk In The Rain

Reason For Rainbows

If I Could Tell You

Falling Leaves

Dewdrops

A New Beginning

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