Archive for ‘Words’

June 3, 2011

Ode to the ardent and bemused

by Kevin Aditya

Drowse as you may, bewildering dreams,
Jingling your path through the hollow mind
Ever so slowly, invisible along the seams,
Preventing another night to silently unwind
Only with a slight affect and heavy caress
Retouching the concept of what might be vile
Will the fancies ever come to resound,
Exalting thoughts with a just address
But I restrain in place, keeping them bile
While the whole world is there to astound.

Red in the walls was the fervent color
To recall the pavements, of rushing heartbeats
The urge of seeking sang loud by the cantor
Drifting bodies to the edge of seats,
Hounded by the wavy outlining the hair
An ardor I found, bleached in radiance
Of wandering worn laces I continue to keep;
Connoting a soul to take steps off the lair
And embrace, the persona of a mighty vigilance
While the cosmos lulls humanity to sleep.

September 26, 2009

Words; #2

by Kevin Aditya

Photo by Briliansy, I only retouched it and added text… and hey it’s on icanread!

Most of the times I’m this skeptic, apathetic person that visions life based on facts and reason, relies not on the taste and beauty but rather on the more logical science and statistics. What I need is not opinion but a concrete solution for those daily problems. But one thing I began to notice is that on happier times lately, like these holidays when pace of life goes calming and the need to hurry vanishes, the old romanticism in me blooms back inside:

The need to slow activities down, to be more attentive to our everyday little details, to take a seat and feel the flow of life around us. Killing time reading magazines, watching crappy romantic flicks, walking around the city with fellas and saying hello to the stray dog on the road… life ain’t grand, but the joy is all around us.

June 2, 2009

Words; #1

by Kevin Aditya

Don’t you realize that nothing is universally right or wrong? If you help that old lady crossing the busy street, it’s right because it’s just what you choose to do. If you murder a man, it’s right because it’s just what you choose to do. Our real guideline is the society that always judge the moral values of anything you do, but don’t let the flow bring you down!

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