Category Archives: songs on experience

The Sons – Franz Kafka

The first time I heard about Kafka was in a interview of Kabir Bedi in a Times of India Sunday supplement called Times Life. Kabir told the scribe that one of his former wife quoted Kafka a lot. So, then … Continue reading

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The Sick Rose

O Rose, thou art sick!The invisible wormThat flies in the night,In the howling storm, Has found out thy bedOf crimson joy:And his dark secret loveDoes thy life destroy. —William Blake This poem is a part of William Blake’s Songs of … Continue reading

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