A non-writing writer..

You could be very right Franz Kafka. By the way, were you ever a monster? Were you a writer? Let me look you up.

Oh yes, you were a German-speaking “bohemian” novelist and short-story writer, regarded as one of the major figures of 20th century literature. You died on 3rd June 1924, much-much before I was born…or even before my grandfather was born. Quite ancient. But I’d like to read something by you for sure. I love this quote, it’s one of the very few quotes that have HIT me hard. I believe this. I can say I relate.

Franz Kafka’s work is characterized by anxiety and alienation, and his characters often face absurd situations. He is famous for his novels The Trial, in which a man is charged with a crime that is never named, and The Metamorphosis, in which the protagonist wakes to find himself transformed into an insect.” (via Google)

Ooh. Haha interesting. Someone waking up to find themselves transformed into an insect, nothing else. LOL. Absurd! #Readinglist

Anyway. Been a while, dear reader. How are you? I am oscillating between fantastic and miserable. It’s just been a tad challenging being me and living with me, I am sure! But we are managing fine, there is abundance of love in this fairytale of mine. No complaints.

Off topic – Hey, how are the unplugged versions always better than the original recorded song? They have this intimate vibe – feels like the singer is performing in your living room, there are a little ups and downs, the flawed perfection is always beautiful.

In a quest for perfection, most of the millenials are missing out on the charm and beauty of being raw, unfinished, spontaneous and beautiful. The reality is getting lost. It’s pretty much a lost cause 🙂

Wow, this evening feels so good – I am writing from my desk after ages. I GOT TO FIX THIS ROOM ASAP. This could be my asylum – this could be my “Far away..”


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