Fact that I love Francesca is yes
For I’ll love her till the rest
Of my stay on earth

Not because we’re opposite sex
Not because of hip and breast
She swing to take away my breath

But because to live my life
Outside her nest
I swear to God, it’s pure nonsense

And that is why I ask myself:
“If I divorce your presence
Will I befriend your absence?”

from samueldpoetry


It’s final whistle
For Chelsea 3 and Fulham nil
And it’s quarter past nine
The cab took only me
By the road
And only me
And the cab driver driving me
Headed towards Roadblock
2face was singing Only Me
Through the bass
Of the speaker
In the boot of the cab
Enjoying it
I got silent
Like frog of a swamp in dry season
And so did the driver driving me
And different thoughts came
And left me
And so must be to him as well
I began to imagine
But what if
The thought that just left me
Has gone to
The driver driving me
And the one that came to me
Has just left
The driver driving me
Now you can imagine
How secure, safe and protected thoughts
Fornicate here and there
But what if
They were not protected
They would have given us HIV.

The Blissful Adventure in San Francisco; It’s a Wrap

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How could this day have been any better? That’s a rhetorical question; no answer required. I was in that City by the bay.

I walked up and down the Embarcadero, memories swirling in my mind. This was the place that I came to that assuaged my grief, my lowest ebb. It was the place I came to when my spirit soared again.


The myriad beauty is always there, and this afternoon reminded me of just that

This was a day that soothed my soul


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Surprising Facts about Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was once described as the last person to have read everything, so steeped in literature, philosophy, and learning was he. Certainly, he gave us a very useful phrase concerning good fiction: the expression ‘suspension of disbelief’ is a coinage of his, and describes the unofficial contract we all enter into when we read, or watch, fictional narratives. But he also gave us a few other useful words, notably ‘psychosomatic’ and ‘selfless’, and the first recorded use of ‘bisexual’ (although Coleridge used it to mean ‘androgynous’ or ‘containing both sexes’, rather than being attracted to persons of both sexes). In fact, he also led an eventful life including a spell in the Royal Dragoons, joining up under the name ‘Cumberbatch’.


Coleridge’s most famous poem appeared in the important 1798 collection Lyrical Ballads, co-written with William Wordsworth. Despite its later significance, the book initially sold badly, and Wordsworth’s celebrated preface (containing…

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