Are You There, God? It’s Me, An Agnostic

The word agnostic translates to ‘without knowledge’ in Ancient Greek- which captures the essence of agnosticism. It is the idea that the existence of any divine being is unknown. Used interchangeably with the term ‘atheism’ by those less well-versed in the vernacular of religion, which is the explicit disbelief in Continue Reading

Navrasa: Laughter

When the phone rings, I think it’s you

Calling to tell me you’ll be home soon.

But the voice that speaks up belongs to a stranger

And, sounding sorrowful he says you’re gone forever.

He says there was an accident, because of the storm.

And just like that, he says Continue Reading

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