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    We need a God(s) to ruminate on or to arrive at...

    We need a God(s) to ruminate on or to arrive at Eureka when we are drifting with so many existential questions and fail to anchor the ship. Or else what life is for and we just are born purposelessly...
  2. Thread: A Symbiotic Love

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    This is full of imageries and metaphors. Love...

    This is full of imageries and metaphors. Love through a prismatic lens.
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    Poetry is the language of romance, but not all...

    Poetry is the language of romance, but not all that alone, and poetry can be the language or a language of pains or miseries and poetry can be a language or voice of the voiceless. Do not frame...
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    Elegance is really elegant and I like this poem...

    Elegance is really elegant and I like this poem so much that I am internalizing every line of it. Your choice is really superb and I am looking up for the life of this poet. Thank you for sharing...
  5. Thread: womanly

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    Is this poem a bit in the negative? Man and woman...

    Is this poem a bit in the negative? Man and woman are always mutual beings notwithstanding some exceptions. And the world is not that bad now and we have ended up better off in many cases than our...
  6. The ghost of capitalism is following us like a...

    The ghost of capitalism is following us like a shadow and the world is not going to be a livable place for the majority in a while if the ghost keeps on sprawling majestically. Ayn Rand, a veteran...
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    I recall a moment when I read Greek tragedies,...

    I recall a moment when I read Greek tragedies, melodramatic events, in which they put us through a series of cathartic stages with the objective of getting the audience relieved of their past...
  8. Thread: Kathmandu

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    This hails from a land where man is humane...

    This hails from a land where man is humane enough. This is about a country where you can still come across a people with feelings. Kathmandu is, I do not know for better or worse gravitating towards...
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    Post postmodernism or metamodernism

    What is this and why not postmodernism suffice to represent we so called twenty first century people? The world is really full of anomalies, and inconsistencies and the kind of orderliness we find in...
  10. Novels of different themes and emerging realisms

    I often think literature must be melding. That is, we have quick-fixes and fetishes with the old, the approved and the critically recommended and accepted. Literature does and must indeed entertain...
  11. Does Americanized literature, English, and culture represent the mass of world liter

    Few of us might have heard of the literature fair in Jaypur in India and fewer might have ideas about the fair and none might have participated and myself included in nonparticipation. But it had a...
  12. Thread: Following inners

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    Following inners

    You may say I am discordant,
    behaving inchoately against the imposed.
    I will not be what I appear in the open,
    When something immerses me in the dark
    For social consideration I may emerge...
  13. Thread: Internalization

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    Internalization is often or can be considered...

    Internalization is often or can be considered plagiarizing and we have to caution ourselves when we internalize and I do not like this idea but I choose the word assimilation. I assimilate thoughts...
  14. Thread: Marxist thinking

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    I like Marxism for their unflinching feelings and...

    I like Marxism for their unflinching feelings and urges for the destitution of society not for his political ideologies. He was a philosopher and had a great passion for literature and to read Marx...
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    I oppose this opinion and this annihilates the...

    I oppose this opinion and this annihilates the very tempo of evolution. We are evolving, learning, growing at all times and perfection is a misnomer and our situation can never be perfect . This...
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    Whither our writing style is going

    Today we are experimenting with writing. At one end we are too much obsessed with literary opulence and at the other end we are trying to commercialize or sell what we produce. And whatever end we...
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    If you ask me it is always evocations of...

    If you ask me it is always evocations of emotional surges and intellectual heights characters can scale in literary landscapes. Have you gone through any works of Ayn Rand? She first weaves...
  18. Thread: Loneliness

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    This has a beauty and yes isolation, pangs of...

    This has a beauty and yes isolation, pangs of pain, ache of heart all take shape and form. Your poem has something ineffably superb. You prove both – a driver of emotive expressions and sergeant of...
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    When the wall falls down

    You want me though you pretend you do not
    You are sick beneath your smiles and muscles
    You are a weakling though boastful of robustness
    Needing company and drive
    I descended on you
    But you...
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    I have read some of the books you mentioned but I...

    I have read some of the books you mentioned but I did not like them and I read them just thinking that I must read them to be mature and well-read and they did not interest me and I ended up coldly...
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    I have started reading the novel but the...

    I have started reading the novel but the Victorian England as incomprehensible and particularly the manners and mores, the cultural fabrics, their language and their beliefs and one has to be part of...
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    In fact good characters, great characters, bad...

    In fact good characters, great characters, bad characters are not unbecoming themes in novels and if fish out these components novels become dry and displeasing. Who reads Joyce and Sartre emotively...
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    Thank you Delta for reading my poem and your...

    Thank you Delta for reading my poem and your immortal words. Of course the poem needs pruning at some points and especially about the grammatical and structural part.
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    I agree with all of you and admit that there are...

    I agree with all of you and admit that there are philosophical and psychological paucity in his writings but yesterday when I read some of his stories I observed he could delve into psychological...
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    If God is perfect his creation is also perfecta....

    If God is perfect his creation is also perfecta. Is God answerable for imperfection particularly when I see people suffering, famished and dying very painful deaths? The huge gap we see among...
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