Alan Turing once said, "Machines can never think as humans do. but just because something thinks differently, doesn't mean it's not thinking at all."Well, it's a really pretty quote, except Alan Turing never said that. This quote is from the 2014 movie, Imitation games starring Benedict Cumberbatch. You've probably heard of it, it was in… Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: What It Means To Be Human.
The bones flowing in the bloody river collide In the arms of my guitar, As I rise through the endless Pile of skulls sprayed around me The scarlet sky blazes in the backdrop Of the hellfire, bent on the Apocalypse of human consciousness. I use their orbits as a jug And climb up above like… Continue reading Mountain of Skulls
Hanging by the doors, into the windows of mist That carry your arms to me, in a moment of bliss, Carry them like the self loathing bastard you are, Your words don't mean shit in here! They'll grind you and tear you and make you adhere. You are young and you're hopeful, you want to… Continue reading And Then The Bard Spoke
Late night at the fortress, high, Higher than a kite in the sky, Surrounded by people smelling of piss and sweat Dirty walls holding tears of it's thousand inmates. Segregated and kept separated Beaten and tortured until broken Locked in these cells like animals, who don't cooperate, Spend forever here on charges of crimes against… Continue reading Orpheus in the Underworld
Never Have I Ever, Show Runner - Mindy Kaling A Netflix teen drama starring an Indian lead? Well, that's new and that's exactly what attracted me towards the show the most. The show follows the life of Devi, a first generation Indian-American sophomore living in Southern California, who's trying to re-brand herself and get popular… Continue reading Never Have I Ever – Mindy Kaling’s Netflix Dramedy is the perfect depiction of the Struggles of Growing up Desi.
Faceless creatures barking in union,Speeches directed at The ManLike noises hissing into other's souls. Their voices united by the hateTowards the ones in powerWho decide their fate. "Give me freedom!"Someone yells out and the crowdcontinues chanting in a rhythmic hymn. But who has the power to give freedom?Is it something you can ask for?Who is… Continue reading Freedom March
Rising Sun in the rear mirror.Brittle breeze sniffing on the red scarfThat she wraps around her neckHiding the tattoo she was given at birth. The wretched river follows us right by the sideOf the road we've been ridin' through all nightThrough dark forests that smell of dead corpseFilled with fireflies and nymphs playing harps. She… Continue reading “Sing to me, Muse”
Kurt Cobain means a lot to me. Not just his music, but him as person. How does someone who's been dead for longer than I've been alive, affect my life so much? I don't know, but that's the power Kurt had - he influenced and connected with an entire generation. Like Lars Ulrich of Metallica… Continue reading A Kurt Cobain Appreciation post; on his 26th Death Anniversary
Walking through the roads of oblivion,The path leads me to gloom that's stygianHeard someone on the way say,"Tis' the edge of the world you're movin' towards"But I dunno, all I can see is fucking sand everywhere. My legs need rest but there's no car to hitchhikeAnd my car broke down a long time back,The sun's… Continue reading The Lizard at The Edge of the World