Haiku, Poetry

Clouded summer (Haiku)

  Smoke from the burned cookies Uncertainty jumping course, clouded ‘Brexit’ tricky ‘Trumps’ Sunny summer music without drummers 😦 --- ©Jesi, 2017

Humanity, technology

Dependency, Debris and Destination

there was a long traffic queue when I was driving through the A331. Suddenly driving became slow in 1st or 2nd gear. There could be two reasons for the slow traffic. One could be road work and other could be accident. But I surely was thinking that was due to accident. I had Goosebumps and felt ‘‘sorry’’… Continue reading Dependency, Debris and Destination

e-papers, Philosophy

Don’t Hide Your Wounds If You Want To Heal

Ecstasy is only out of agony -- and the deeper the agony, the deeper the ecstasy will be; total the agony, total will be the ecstasy. Everything has to be paid for. For ecstasy, we have to pay in agony. One has to go through deep pain to get rid of pain. Pain is cleansing.… Continue reading Don’t Hide Your Wounds If You Want To Heal


Success Story

Just received and shared the success story of INCOMESCO with all my bestwishers and supporters !  


Just Remember!

Just remember; You have to pay the price This not a free This is even more expensive! ...

Humanity, Philanthropy, Philosophy

The World is seeking wisdom, Why?

Current crisis and right medicine! '‘Knowledge is always unintelligent. If a question is asked for which you have a ready-made answer it is good, if a question is asked for which you don’t have a ready-made answer you are in trouble. You are just behaving mechanically. Knowledge is mechanical that can be bought from the… Continue reading The World is seeking wisdom, Why?


A gift

A surprise gift On the occasion of give birth Sky drop the droplets of sperm on the Earth Earth is ready to conceive them To give birth creatures ...


Right is never wrong

Judgement ! how much I earn but not how fair I am It is profit but not help ...


Lion in the jungle

A big nation A big man A big democracy Demo of cry Game of blame everywhere ...

e-papers, My Literature

Harper Lee’s new novel: read the first chapter

For another thing, flying home meant her father rising at three in the morning, driving a hundred miles to meet her in Mobile, and doing a full day’s work afterwards: he was seventy-two now and this was no longer fair. Continue reading