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Little Bad Girl

March 11, 2012


The first thing that struck me about the Guetta concert was the sheer number of pretty, young, skinny things that had come, bravely totting numbers reserved for nightclubs far away from mothers’ concerns. I was amazed. At all the gigs I’ve been to, I’ve never had this much girl company. The only thing that outshouted […]

Check the Meaning

June 22, 2010


I feel like a song by Richard Ashcroft. Bursting with wisdom, with a sparkle of melancholy. A little rusty. On the brink of new. A little pout, a little faith. It’s beautiful that songs can become symbols for feelings that don’t have names.

In Shuffle Play We Trust.

February 4, 2010


Except, when it randomly throws in The Beatles. Long ago, when puberty hit, I loved this band as the times asked me to. I too listened to their seemingly simple-minded lyrics laced with quantities LSD, and imagined just what these mega-huge-sunglass donning, funky-mic totting band must’ve been smoking to make sure every song of theirs […]


April 19, 2007


the piano in the corner of the hall had grown accustomed to being alone.underused, with each of its wires bending with age. its white and black shiny digits losing lustre, fading to the ochre of old, old paper coloured with cream shades of romance. its life was inching past, and all it could do, was […]