Hampi – Beauty is Truth, and Truth Beauty

                   Memory (Written by Agni Barathi  – Technologist, philosopher, poet, and wanderer.) Who would remember the sighs, the groans the cries, the howls, the laughs, the smiles? Who would remember, the great grand works of he who tilled these fallow lands of he who carved the unyielding rocks of she who sang a song of new spring of she … Continue reading Hampi – Beauty is Truth, and Truth Beauty

A Million Light Years Away

The Poem Without Graphics A Million Light Years Away Floating with time in spaces far, dark, and wide Sputnik voyages further and further Fear of the unknown A will to live A will to fly Ready to break the tie Almost This poem is a  homage to one of my favorite authors, Haruki Murakami. “Sometimes I feel so—I don’t know—lonely. The kind of helpless feeling when … Continue reading A Million Light Years Away

St. Anne Church, Olaulim, Goa

St. Anne church is a hidden gem in the quiet Olaulim village. We found it while riding around Pomburpa village, during our stay at the Loja. In the evening, churchgoers gather here for mass. The rest of the day, the Church stands quietly. Witnessing life passing by for the last 266 years or so. The gentle sway of trees, the white of the church, and the slightly overgrown … Continue reading St. Anne Church, Olaulim, Goa

The Last Time he Saw Her …

Lost love, what could never be, lost in time, and clear as memories can be. Quote from Before Sunset: Jesse: Oh, God, why weren’t you there, in Vienna? Celine: I told you why. Jesse: Well, I know why, I just – I wish you would have been. Our lives might have been so much different. Celine: You think so? Jesse: I actually do. Celine: Maybe not. Maybe, we would have hated each other … Continue reading The Last Time he Saw Her …