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Remininiscence of Love

By Uttam Gill, published on Jan 1, 2012

That one gaze makes all the difference. Whereever you are, the magical glance, as it broods over you, simply makes time stand still. You are floored; your heart pounds and you wonder is that love. Yes that’s love, the most sought after feeling to share with. You begin to dance, you are overjoyed and all these feelings orchestrates you’re dancing mood into sheer ecstasy of love.

Nights are spent gazing stars; words are scribbled over the paper and imagination stretches to reach out those gazing eyes. You are possessed. As you close your eyes, the bonds become much stronger and all that... (more)

Tags: love, life, hope, affection


By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 28, 2011

Looking at you; I notice elegance and grace walking in. I try to turn my face but instinctively my eyes rebels and I look back, but you are not there. I scan the room and see people looking at me. I am caught, unguarded and they read my face. My face spells out the testimony of impact of your charm. As I try to wriggle out from the blushing embarrassment; there you appear again with an enchanting smile; I feel the magic working and I walk towards you…You see me coming and stand in silence. You are expecting surprises and I oblige your expectations…because I knew the inevitability. I look into... (more)

Tags: music, dance, senorita

We, The People of India

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 26, 2011

Oh! What a pathetic state we are into. We, the people of India are made to beg. We, the people of India at every point and time encounter corruption. We, the people of India are being tamed mercilessly. We, the people of India are being taken for granted.

Country is is simmering...masses are restless...People are talking...Everybody is so concerned about the state of the country. With scandalous affairs of corrupt individuals, companies and public servants, the country is slipping in to anarchy. Corrupts are amassing wealth over the miseries of common people. Significantly... (more)

Tags: india, corruption, rights, system, mass awareness


By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 23, 2011

In her arms the souvenir of unblemished promises

Nine month of existence kisses the sunlight first time

The conspiring creator defy the physical agony of this lady

Lady, few hours ago turn into a mother

With nameless emotions and marching order in his utterance

The befitting arrogance of the one who refuse to be a father

Refuse to hold the promises and refuse to be a man

The man with revolting strictures dancing on his face

Dance of a man who refuses to be a man

Life is in hurry so he orders for immediate evacuation

The man... (more)

Tags: child, humanity, husband, woman, wife, mother, father, man, arrogance

Those who dare to dream

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 21, 2011

The world of hope is on our lips. In consonance with my expectation no reasons are invalid as long as that brings smile to me and others. This goes to my relations with everybody; where grace never permits me to deceive my own thought. As long as the edifice of relation is on mutual expectations it is worth it.

People around the world are trying hard to be resilient with their cosmetically doctored thoughts and that is hypocrisy. My friends all that matters in life are your honest feelings. Do what ever you feel like doing but ponder over that what you are doing is actually what you... (more)

Tags: love, belief, dream, hypocrisy, convention

Hit the Road

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 18, 2011

Ask me not what we are having here in this life; ask me what we don’t have. I am convinced beyond doubt that people all over the world are not into the game which they apprehend to loose. The parameters defined can be erased by the trendsetter and new bench mark can be established. All those proven tracks speak volumes; where once the winner ran.

People are challenging the extremes. The race is transforming a daily business into fierce battle for survival. In this rat race almost everybody wish to rip apart everybody. As long as it fetches pecuniary gains its fine and all actions okay.... (more)

Tags: attitude, life, inspiration, mission, philosphy, exploring

The Red Flags of Suspicion

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 16, 2011

I have a point to say with due regards to personal views of many if they disagree with me…I am wondering that how freedom if given to one is so grossly misused…My point of view is not at all colored or biased …Though I am far away from United States but I was perplexed by the news which I read almost two years back…How one can think of acting against own country? It is a treason …a worst crime anybody can do…How an individual could get motivated by the doctrine of hatred and subscribe to hate philosophy…I am so surprised…I am talking about Colleen R La rose alias… ‘Jihad Jane’…Oh! my God what... (more)

Tags: security, tererorism, alert, precaution, cyber security

Rise above the darkness and be the light of the world

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 15, 2011

The palatial castle is defined by its splendor…And the man by his nature. Each castle and each man has its own story to tell. Pride and prejudices construct a lofty of visuals of each entity but once the edifice of their structure crumbles down with their own weight then we get to know the sobbing episodes of the man as well that of castle.

Gold is tested by fire and man by adverse conditions. The sordid affairs of many individuals perhaps never get the attention. They are the one who gets the environment where they are structured with the restricted vision of the world…They were doctored... (more)

Tags: politics, corruption, drug trafficking, crime, domestic violence, money laundering, child abuse, prostitution, human trafficking


By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 14, 2011

Time has never let me ponder over the fragility of my creation. From nowhere I tried hard to create the nameless relation and in this journey many walked along with me…few carried on ...few stayed for a while to left me later…few left unannounced…few made it conditional…few defined me as garbage…few defined me as different…few very thoughtfully created their own world and at times they came back with placards on their face saying that I am not forgotten…In the calamity of forgotten promises the dreary spell of my loneliness was never considered as casualty; it was rather tossed upon with disdain... (more)

Tags: god, life, introspection, philosphy


By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 10, 2011

From where you took me, you leftUnrepentant...unforgiving you walked away I tried to hold you backI gathered me with love to say “Don’t leave my love.”Your back refused and feet orchestrated the departureYou walked away with fanfare of your arrogance And I was left alone that sultry day

You are gone and gone for everIn the twilight zone of dreams my rainbow is missingFrom where you took me, you leftUnrepentant...unforgiving you walked away


Tags: love, heart, relation, parting

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