Blog, Writing

Mooing mowing business

Sometimes, the desire to cut costs, brings oddly creative solutions. The Indian monsoon has pretty much swept the nation, leaving behind farms, lawns and vast lands in need of a mowing. Until recently most farmers would hire labourers at an hourly rate to trim their farms, discard the unwanted weeds, and sell the chopped tall grass for a profit. Most…

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Blog, Opinion & Reviews, Writing

Crooked democracy

All the mud slinging in the race for US presidency, isn’t exposing the candidates as much as it is the flaw in democracy.   Blind faith and fan love, may make for a fun segment on a late night show,       but when voters begin to believe that the only truth is what their running candidate states, such…

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Blog, Poems, Writing

On fire today

Smokes the bed, hot flame On a hammock Let the sweat drain You, onto me Blazing through the streets We streak, leave laughter behind As on the day we were born Done with a deed And gone dipping skinny On a run, in sync This day is sweat and bones On a streak of skinny run Days of monsoon We’ve…

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