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And it’s not over yet…feel the erotic magnificence.

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 10, 2011

Sing a song for yourself others would dance…

Infectious smile would fetch greetings from the one you never expected and once you set the ball in motion then you in triumphing mood creates an aura of irresistible charm. While I am writing this I wish to open the lid for steam to escape so the niceties of charm in its flattering and flirting mode returns me back the molten substance of my erotic world. Don’t catch me wrong and I also believe that you have not understood; yes, midway we know that clouds are gathering and lightning in its acoustic glory creating a perfect scenario to sway.... (more)

Tags: music, rain, dance, sensuality, erotic

Our Promises Our Vows

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 9, 2011

OUR PROMISES OUR VOWS

Piercing the darkness stealthily

I remembered my past

Many disjointed moments, joining again in my thoughts

Perhaps it would be last.

Nothing has been changed since long

The only difference is my sweated uniform

I could feel the same breeze

Under the familiar sky

The Moon, The Star, I adore nature’s beauty without a scar.

Bushes, shadows, trees are still the same;

Cover for me now with a different name

I remembered my friends, my handshakes,... (more)

Tags: soldier, death of a soldier

HALF MOON CAMP AT WUNSDORF

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 6, 2011

Out of blue if given a chance for you to listen to the voice of your great grand father of whom you must have heard from your parents or grand father or it may be you must have only seen his old blurred photograph in military uniform. How you would feel if it so happened? Exactly this is what happened to me when one day a news report caught my attention and that was about Soldiers of World War I. The extract of the news was like this; during WW I many POW camps were doting the Germany map. At that that time few German scholars experimented with an idea to have a museum of all the languages... (more)

Tags: memories, soldiers, pow, world war i

Her last words…

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 5, 2011

Today I am thinking of writing about a lady I never met and I have been contemplating for long to write about her. I have don’t have any relation with this lady but somewhere in my mind she exists. I just don’t know what‘s the connection but she is there in my mind as tired and haggard lady. The first time my friend Barb and I talked about this lady I pictured her in my mind. That day I got into my frame to write about her but somehow couldn’t do so. Today I got up and while shaving suddenly felt some familiarity knocking my mind…I again felt her in my thoughts…I wondered that how this lady... (more)

Tags: life, short story, tragedy

Is the wind unstoppable?

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 1, 2011

Stories sell like a hot cake and where as reality of life on the contrary at times crawl disguisedly with no one to buy the real disgusting punch lines of sordid human relation. Yes I am touching the most intimating and intimidating subject of human relation.

Go and ask those people who have been deprived of the relation which they dreamt of. As they grew with their age and their hearts must have pounded adolescently over the relation they established and ventured into the life of their dream. Alas! Many relations get sour or terminated for one reason or another. There after begin the... (more)

Tags: life

Let's face the music and dance

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 20, 2017

When you get confined to dictates of monotonous state of life then you ask ourselves that now, what to do. You grapple with answers, you are restless. You certainly don’t wish to be confined. All that boring times, tells you to do something, to infuse thrill in your life. In a bloody boring time you wish to break out from the tyrannical monotony. And how you do that? The brush of gentle breeze, rustling leaves, thunderous clouds chirping birds creates an acoustic aura of dazzling sound. Magically within us in silence we create our own music and that’s how you unshackle your self from dreary... (more)

Tags: music, life, happiness, dance, joy, sound, thrill

I Have My Spring With Me

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 20, 2017

To me it appears, as if life is dancing… yes life is dancing for those who are in unrelenting mood to give up smile. Those who are not willing to smile, I beg them, to borrow smile with reasons…If they don’t have any, invent the reason….find the reason…Life cannot be wasted.

Umpteenth time the salacious moments transgressed into my life but I could always get through such turbulent phase. And now also, I know that, I don’t have to fasten my belt, I would tread through. No matter what happens, I know now that, I have the repertoire of experience and unfazed wish to take a course, which... (more)

Tags: life, thoughts, hope, dance, spring, joy, smile

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