In a restless settlement of inadequacy and inferiority, inaccuracy seems like fuel to the fire. Just how the chain effect of link in and link out, of cause and consequence takes one from the stronghold of sanity to the uncertainty birthed by insanity. The entire prospect is pretty similar to how one comes to age […]Read More “The Art of Inaccuracy” – The Second Absolution
In a constant effort to be something of substance, something that moves and thrives and strives through the challenge that showcases around any corner, something that gets back up regardless of how hard the fall or the shortcoming was, no matter how heart-breaking the revelation was, a single, constituted entity. In the scheme of works […]Read More “Vice and Virtue.” – The First Absolution
Within the bounds of ambition and growth, many a time is one faced with an hour of awakening, as the setting ablaze of a dragon previously in slumber or the dawn to a chaotic night spent by a warrior, the demand of light after a sleepless night of darkness. It comes to you like a […]Read More To Give Up or to Persist?
At times, it is with intricacy that we treat our heart and when the storms of rebellion stoop inwards and the walls crack under the anonymous wrath, it is the artist who quivers in his stead and utters the unsaid words in a rhapsody of colors and shades upon a void colored null. Whether the […]Read More The Art of Absolution – A Timeless Effort
An Entity of Vice Who is it, That I regretfully consist of? Is it a numbing thought, In the insanity? Or a foreign voice, Calling for help? Is it a heart of empathy, Or the repentance of past sins? Is it the lack of emotion, Or an influx of grief? A pang of guilt, […]Read More “An Entity of Vice” by Imaan Siddiq
The Ring of Repentance. It isn’t a testament that I forget. Nor is it a past life unlived. Nor is it a disappointment from those I love. What is this phenomenon of non-existence? A single voice passed inside the doors of secrecy, Or maybe the dream of freedom, Is what sets the cage ablaze. […]Read More “The Ring of Repentance.” by Imaan Siddiq