4, Nov 2018 It’s Sunday It has only been over a month but I somehow feel like I have known these people for a long time, and this place for a lifetime. I reconnected this week with Parham, one of the first people I talked to in university, and for some reason did not interact […]
21, Oct 2018 It’s Sunday Unlike the week before, a lot happened this week. Interesting dynamics among friends were observed and shocking new information was revealed. For the sake of their privacy I will not write about this in this blog as it would then be public information and as such not be fair to […]
The sweet taste of summer, that certain sweet tang, that holy smell starts rolling down the mountain hand in hand with the timely morning mist. Teach me a way to resist this memory. Her sorrowed eyes, those soft teeth, the way her heart sings every time the bell rings and then the scramble to appease. […]
The final picture dissipates then i walk away
birds and bees, no notice take bats and fireflies lament
For they know me by my candid craving
Understand my flagellating function
So this is the first time that I am posting on a Sunday like I had assumed when I worked out this new schedule. This being the first week i.e the reading week, I didn’t do much of anything else other than read some of the books from my Want to Read shelf on Goodreads. But before I get into that I would like to say that the reason why I did not post anything the last week of April is because I just didn’t feel like I had anything worth sharing, you know? I spent the entire week on my playstation and just generally staring into empty space. Anyways, here are the books I read this week.
Since I came up with this new schedule only a couple of days ago I was not able to read as much as I had hoped but still I was able to finish two very short but amazing reads namely ‘The Call of Cthulu by H.P. Lovecraft’ and ‘Guns by Stephen King’ I also read ‘The Art of Game design : A Book of lenses by Jesse Schell’ but that book is more of a bible, in that it is referred to almost every time I design a new game.
Manchester by the Sea, is an honest portrayal of life as it is lived in the real world. Life with no narrative closure.
Funny little dog with nose flat
looked less a dog and more a rat.
Do you have a purpose O righteous man ?
If not a purpose, do you have a plan ?
2016 has been a year to remember for all of us