He is an ordinary person, who rubs his shoulders with you quite often and when you step on his feet he doesn’t say anything for at least a couple of times and eventually changes his place. He smiles at other’s stupidity and learn from it even before they could notice. He makes mistakes but tries not to repeat them. He is someone who is smart but doesn’t quite like to argue. He hates to be trapped in any kind of parenthesis. He likes to question himself more than anyone else does; maybe this is why he is always changing. He is very choosy about almost everything. He always tries to find logics. He hates hypocrisy.

He likes to call himself a Stubborn Scorpio.
But all in all, he is still trying to find out who he really is.

He is me.



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  1. Unique blog site– pics and poetry. As far as dreams go, I often wonder about the recurring ones filled with places I’ve never actually been before, but I know exactly what’s about to appear around the next corner or open door or over the hill ahead. These repeat episodes might be months, even years apart. And although some might say say that dreams are a random casserole of our experiences, I do feel there is something more to them. Thanx for visiting my blog and have a wonderful day.

    • I too see such repetitive and familiar dreams quite often and sometimes I think it’s the parallel world I used to visit when the story connects in the gap of several months and years.. Wow! Great to know a little bit of your dream world. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Have a good day!

  2. Tiffany Coffman October 7, 2013 — 8:05 pm

    Dreams are serious business, often times linking us to another side that we need to see. Quantum-esque if you will. Many signs in the forms of symbols and colors and movement that are either telling us what we need or what’s coming. Looking forward to taking more time to go through your work.

  3. The poem “Naked Soul” was really impressive. I had to follow for that alone, but sure there is much more here to check out and I will.

  4. Good to meet you Neeraj. Look forward to explore your blog 🙂

  5. Hi Neeraj, Let me know when the the work @ your ABOUT is done will love to know more! 🙂 Liked your Poetry.

  6. Very imaginative lines to be found here. 😀

  7. Thank you for stopping by and liking my poem, Neeraj. I appreciate it. I’m going to have a look around your blog. Have a great day.

  8. YOU have the brilliant blog, sir!

  9. The pictures here are marvellous… thanks for stopping by at my blog.

  10. Hi there! I have been so inspired with your work that I have nominated you for an award! Thank you so much for sharing your entries and thoughts!!


  11. Im so glad I discovered your blog! 🙂

  12. Thanks for calling by and liking my work, and thank you for the link back to your beautiful site ❤

  13. Neeraj! Greetings from the professor!

  14. Apart from the poem I just read which I thought it was great, this about page was probably one of the most original ones I´ve read. Glad you stumbled upon my little crazy blog.

  15. Forgot.
    We do have two things in common one is that we love writing and second that we don´t like hypocrites.

  16. Congratulations on your book, Neeraj!!

  17. Your background is marvelous. I want to cut it out and tape it all over my ceiling. I may just sit here and stare at it for a while.

  18. Nice blog! & as a fellow scorpio can totally relate to a lot of that! 😀

  19. Dreams are serious business! I always dream when someone in my family will die. They come to me at the moment of death. I dreamt the sex of both my babies. I dreamed when my daughter met her husband and she was in another country. I dreamt when my daughter got pregnant and knew before she did. By the way; is it dreamed or dreamt?

    • Really? Wow! I can’t believe it all really happened. You seriously have got something magical going on with you. Dreams a no doubt a serious business. But not everyone is as unique as you.

      Thank you for dropping by and sharing your story with me.

    • I could tell you every dream I’ve had since childhood on people leaving their physical bodies. They are that vivid, clear and detailed and I know the moment I wake up the person is gone. I also dream and talk with them after they pass. Especially my two grandmothers. I was with one of them when she died so i didn’t dream her death I was there for it. I should blog all of my dreams and see if anyone else has similar dreams.

    • Mine are rather more hazy to connect with real life instances however some seem to have conveyed the information of nearest future. Keeping a dream diary would be a really interesting thought. Go ahead! =)

  20. Okay. I need to think of a good name for it. I will let you know when I publish!

  21. Sorry, I had to unfollow you JUST to follow you right back because I don’t see your poems on my Reader anymore!! I have NO clue why, but I hope this helped. I’ll be back to read your recent poems tomorrow – promise!!

  22. I have a Creative Blogger Award for you ….Enjoy ❤
    Much Love

  23. Thanks for reading my poem Neeraj and appreciate the like.

  24. Yay. Scorpio twiny high-five!

  25. JustAnotherTeenager March 20, 2016 — 11:23 pm

    Damn! This might have been the best About i have read till now (excluding mine of course :P) 😀

  26. I almost stopped scrolling to find a place to comment, I thought it might be endless. 😉
    That was one of the best descriptions of a person I’ve ever read here

  27. Whoops! My emotion is pleased

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