Sunday, July 19, 2015

Love, Philosophy, Religion and Poetry Kindle Edition for free. A book on poetry.

Love, Philosophy, Religion and Poetry Kindle Edition  for  free. A  book  on  poetry.*Version*=1&*entries*=0

A compilation of  34  poems about love, philosophy, the too many god and religion.
1. the prayer of have-nots. 2. A search for myself in a mirror 3. My other half 4. Enslaved by religion 5. Meaning of freedom 6. Refusing to die 7. The loud teachers 8. The doubt 9. Following the forefathers 10. A piece of love 11. The claws of greed. 12. A day of lust 13. Lady of the night 14. The city lights 15. The master and the slave 16. The wait 17. The gods at war 18. The land beyond the border 19. Caught between the mob and the fool 20. The defining dream 21. Two sides of a coin make one 22. The power of hope 23. The creation of god and devotee 24. What the Gods did 25. This is my reply to god 26. Divide and rule : guilt and reward 27. Being in Love 28. How did I chose my God 29. To each his right to wrong 30. The beginning 31. Unrequited love 32. Surrender. 33. Re-return 34. Blinded by love.

Friday, July 17, 2015

my book on kindle for free, please guys check it out .

my book on kindle for free, check it out guys  and  if  you like  it  I  would  be grateful for a  review.

The synopsis
A few months ago an old uncle of mine died leaving behind his 86 year old wife.
I asked her how she will manage alone.
She said, “For the last few years your uncle used to sit at the dining table watching me while I went about the day. As long as I live, I will just go on pretending he is still there sitting on the table watching me.”
This book was born out of her sad yet strong words.
It is a story of love, and extraordinary will to survive, where the dead husband is helping his lonely wife to live happily ever after . The story takes us through a single day’s events.
The story begins with an 86 year old Anadi finding herself on the floor after a fall due to an epileptic seizure. Her body tired and mind failing, she begins her day hanging on to an indomitable will to survive another day with her head held high.
The story takes us along with Anadi as she, alone and desperate, trapped within an old body, with fear and hope in her heart, interacts with the neighbours, the maid, the children, the grocer, the lunch boy from the restaurant….and a few other characters that fill a day. We can feel her fear of her looming death and her wanting to live. Her annoyance towards medicines but her hope for health. Her reminiscing the old days full of children, dog and dreams….her anger, her pain, her desperation….when we can almost feel her giving up she picks up the threads of life again.
And all along Anant, her dead husband, follows her around encouraging her and giving her hope to live a normal life….. and at times they go about reminiscing the past, some good and some bad, talking, cursing, crying, laughing and mocking the tough circumstances they are in.
Although there are times we will feel Anant is just an imaginary friend, it is only by the end of the day do we come to know, through the granddaughter who has come to pay a visit to Anadi, that Anant has been long dead and he is but a hallucination, though not of a failing mind but a loving heart.