Tag: desire

On Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje shares how encounters live in the moment yet leave a lot to be desired. Isn't life meant to be experienced in bites and sips?

The Toasty Gaze & Skinny Coffee

I write this for your brown eyes, for the mist which leaves us in the morning, taking away with it the riddles of the night. I write this for the dense hair, for the lingering taste, the questions of my own making. I write this for the conversations warm as a blanket, insistent in nature, flowing over us as the enveloping clouds. The toasty gaze. The skinny coffee. The morning of a different kind. Read more →

On Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje discusses how the desire to paint her stems from a feeling of self exploration. He relates her wonder to a series of contrasts.

If I paint her

The desire to paint her stems from my need to understand what I feel. Not unlike the wonderful women I have known, her sense of being is disarming. There is intent and a certain stability, with the lightness of mist which vanishes in the sun. There is the balance of a drink well served, teasing your sensibilities. There is an audacity of a crass joke, muffled by a sincere whisper. Read more →

>3% & Dignity of Labor

Article I Recommend: http://entrepreneurindia.in/nano-a-nano I didn’t quite agree to the views posted by a certain August Shark, whose I column I look forward to in every issue of the Entrepreneur magazine. He is a once-failed, second time successful bootstrapper who resides in Mumbai. Surprisingly, I didn’t quite agree to what I understood from the column and here’s my reply: I beg to differ,… Read more →

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