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Knowing your Sexual Orientation

Sexual orientation concerns the direction of one’s sexual or romantic attraction. The most commonly found sexual orientation in all cultures, including the United Kingdom, is heterosexuality, a sexual or romantic attraction for persons of the opposite sex (hetero comes from the Greek word meaning ‘other’ or ‘different’). Today the term gay is used to refer to male homosexuals, lesbian for female homosexuals, and bi as shorthand for bisexuals, people who experience sexual or romantic attraction for persons of either sex. Sexual orientation is the idea that people are sexually attracted to either men or women or both women and men. This leads to the categories of heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual. Some people identify with this idea very strongly. They may believe that their sexual desires are natural, that evolution or genetics causes them to be attracted to certain people. Others may believe that they choose a sexual orientation, often for political reasons. Still others may not be concerned with the cause of their desires, but identify strongly as straight, lesbian, gay or bisexual. Some people identify with this idea less strongly or perhaps not at all. They may feel that the three categories of sexual orientation do not do a good job of describing their sexual desires. They may choose other labels, like queer (Homosexual or arousing homosexual desires), dyke (a lesbian who is noticeably masculine) or pervert (A person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior).Or they may choose to avoid the use of labels for various reasons.

Understanding sexual orientation is an important part of understanding the society we live in. Attitudes about what it means to be a man or a woman are often based around expectations of heterosexuality. Fear that children might learn to become homosexual, or otherwise sexually ‘deviant’, leads to a great deal of anxiety around sex education. Violence, both physical and emotional, is used against people who do not conform to expectations around gender and sexuality.

Here are a few examples of various sexual orientation identities:

  • simply gay OR lesbian OR heterosexual OR straight OR bisexual OR queer
  • “I don’t like labels”
  • “Mostly straight”
  • “I used to call myself bisexual, but now I prefer queer”
  • “I used to be straight, but now I am lesbian”
  • “I am gay, but butch dykes really turn me on”
  • “All of the people I fancy are of the other sex, but I wouldn’t call myself straight or heterosexual”
  • “I am bi-curious”
  • “I think I am heterosexual, but I am very open to changing”

Most sociologists currently believe that one’s sexual orientation – whether homosexual, heterosexual or something else- results from a complex interplay between biological factors and social learning. Some scholars argue that biological influences are the most important, predisposing certain people to become homosexual from birth. biological explanations for homosexuality have included differences in such things as brain characteristics of homosexuals and the impact on fetal development of the mother’s uterus hormone production during pregnancy.

Differences between gay and straight sexual orientation appear at a very early age. In a study, a group of openly homosexual men were asked when they first became aware of their attraction to men and boys, when they realized that they were gay and when they “came out” to others. The group reported becoming aware of their attraction at a very young age, between 5 years old and puberty. Self-awareness of their sexual orientation took place around puberty, and coming out of the closet took place much later.

Finally, there is some evidence that the brains of homosexuals may be different from those of heterosexual men and women. The differences have been found in the hypothalamus, which controls eating, drinking, temperature regulation and sexual behavior. Studies done in the Netherlands and in Southern California have found such differences in several areas within the hypothalamus. One region, the mid sagittal area of the anterior commissure, is larger in females than in males, but also appears to be larger in homosexual males. Another area, the suprachiasmatic nucleus, which controls circadian rhythm, is larger in heterosexual males and females than it is in homosexuals.

But the question whether sexual orientation is inborn or learned still remains in a controversial stage, all that we can say is in the modern contemporary world the notions of gender and sexuality are fast changing, for instance homosexuality is now a more accepted part of everyday society than it used to be before. The modern world has become quite liberal and open, this is evident by the decision of the Delhi High Court which has legalized gay marriages. The fact that, now we can see people freely accepting their sexual orientation in public which 10 years ago would have been considered deviant and would have been looked upon as sin suggests that times are changing and we should all embrace the change.

Even gender roles and traditional beliefs that girls have to be pure and chaste and boys have to be macho and aggressive are fast loosening. The age old gender stereotypes are no longer operating rather a new society which is liberal in accepting different kinds of sexualities is coming up. Gender roles and norms regarding how men and women ought to behave have undergone a paradigm shift. Girls can now be seen in jobs which were earlier deem fit only for boys. All this shows that our society has come far away from the earlier prejudices but there is still a long way to go.



प्राण प्रिये

वेदना संवेदना निश्चल कपट

को त्याग बढ़ चली हूँ मैं

हर तिमिर की आहटों का पथ

बदल अब ना रुकी हूँ मैं

साथ दो न प्राण लो अब

चलने दो मुझे ओ प्राण प्रिये ।


निश्चल हृदय की वेदना को

छुपते हुए क्यों ले चली मैं

प्राण ये चंचल अलौकिक

सोचते तुझको प्रतिदिन

आह विरह का त्यजन कर

चलने दो मुझे ओ प्राण प्रिये ।


अपरिमित अजेय का पल

मृदुल मन में ले चली मैं

तुम हो दीपक जलो प्रतिपल

प्रकाश सौरभ बन चलो अब

चलने दो मुझे ओ प्राण प्रिये ।


मौन कर हर विपट पनघट

साथ नौका की धार ले चली मैं

मृत्यु की परछाई में सुने हर

पथ की आस ले चली मैं

दूर से ही साथ दो अब

चलने दो मुझे ओ प्राण प्रिये ।

— दीप्ति शर्मा

Chetan Bhagat’s Revolution 2020

The recently released book, Revolution 2020 by the renowned youth author Chetan Bhagat was much awaited, but sadly the book thoroughly fails to fulfill the expectations of readers.

Plot: The story is of three childhood friends residing at the holy city of Varanasi. Like all kids they have their dreams, Gopal, who is the narrator belongs to a poor family and aspires to become a rich man someday, his father is set on making him an engineer and wants to see his son clear IIT-JEE. Raghav, who belongs to a well-to-do family, is passionate about journalism and wants to change the world and Aarti who is the leading lady for both the guys belongs to a bureaucrat family and wants to become an air hostess. Raghav clears IIT but stays in Varanasi and joins BHU while Gopal couldn’t clear it in the first attempt and is sent to Kota for a second attempt. Meanwhile, Aarti falls in love with Raghav.  When Gopal returns things change and he is lured into the vicious trap of corruption to resolve his land disputes and open an engineering college. From then on, while Raghav tries to fight the prevalent corruption in Indian politics, Gopal is more engulfed in it. Gopal desperately tries to lure Aarti through his new-found richness and the story revolves around the question “lets see who gets the girl”.

My Take: The book doesn’t do justice with its name “Revolution 2020” because all it does is concentrate on the love triangle rather than on the “revolution” which was supposed to be the main theme. The book is quite predictable with no twist and turns, there is nothing which would totally grip the reader. The plot somewhat resembles to that of Twilight where two boys are desperately fighting for a girl and the girl can’t seem to decide which one is a better match for her. The girl Aarti is totally annoying and irritating who can’t seem to make up her mind. Her character is too weak who can’t hold on to a man when he is busy making his career and is not available for her all the time. Raghav is the only character who deserves some respect of the reader but then the revolution which he wants to bring has not been described well, he is portrayed as a supporting character. The book seems like the script of a hindi movie, Chetan  Bhagat should concentrate on writing books rather than hindi movie scripts and sell them as books.

If you are a diehard fan of Chetan Bhaghat, even then too don’t go for the novel. It would come as a huge disappointment after his first novel “Five Point Someone”, which was real, fresh and witty. It was the novel which forced the youth of India to leave their laptops and i-pod and take up reading as their pastime. From the same author, we expect a lot more, not a love triangle with its background as corruption in Indian politics and education sector. It is just another book with nothing so special that I would advise the readers to go for it.

Book Review: Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella

Readers beware!!!!: let me warn you at the start, it is not a book for boys at all and girls if you are tom boyish types  , I humbly request you to avoid reading it even for killing time as it would literally piss you off. The book is for girls who dream about prince charming, are nervous, lacks self-confidence, and likes romances of the type “damsel in distress and knight in shining armor”.

The basic theme that the book portrays is that one should never be afraid to be one’s real self. Our leading heroine is EMMA Corrigan, who is a normal ‘just another girl on the street’ although she is a bit too nervous and hyper tensed all the time and thinks too much. The reader might get irritated as her mind never shuts up. She is unhappy with her career, her family and is not actually in love with her current boyfriend. She meets a man in a plane and in a moment when she thinks that the plane is going to crash and everybody is going to die, she pours her soul out and tells all her deepest secrets to the man. The man turns out to be her super boss (he owns the company where she works) and then starts the cycle of teasing, double meaning comments and the girl mostly is clueless as she has no idea about the man’s intentions and is unaware as to his any secrets. They start dating after she breaks up with her old boy friend but something happens, as usual misunderstandings are created, he reveals all her secrets on the national television and she thinks he used her for his selfish interests. I don’t want to go on further and spoil the fun by hinting the climax.

I actually like the idea that even if someone knows all your secrets and still loves you anyway, its love. It might make you laugh at times with its witty jokes and funny circumstances. It’s actually a book one could use for time pass and I mean strictly for time pass.

Overall: just another chick-lit, girls might like it, the idea is good but the story gets a bit boring and way too predictable, nothing like a great romance, can be used for passing time but I personally won’t recommend it.

Rating: 2/5

Being Indian: A matter of shame or pride?

 Does being Indian entail a matter of great pride or humiliation? The question relates to how you perceive your mother nation, what it means to you ?

Is it just a country, you were born into through a chance of luck or shall I say bad luck?

Is it just a nation whose nationality is struck to you?

Is it just a convenient place where your ancestors settled?

Is it just a place where people seem to be fighting in the name of caste, class and religion?

Is it just a country where politicians follow the policy of ‘promise and forget’; where the little pieces of paper called money are the master and everyone else a slave?

well, I think its a lot more than that……

It’s not a country I was born into; it’s an enigma I’m still trying to grasp.

It’s not just a nation whose nationality is struck to me, because I’m proud to be an Indian.

It might be a place where my ancestors settled for convenience’s sake but it just proves that it’s a land full of resources and opportunities.

It’s not a place where people fight in the name of caste, class and religion because the constitution of India declares in its preamble that India is a secular state with equal respect for all religions.

And no it cannot be a country governed by lying hypocrites and money because there is a lot more to learn from the enigma called “India”.

When I study about people like Gandhi, Nehru and all those who gave away their life for the sole purpose of liberty……….I learn patience and persistence.

When I learnt the words of Bhagat singh, ‘it is easy to kill individuals but you cannot kill the ideas. Great empires crumble while the ideas survive’. I learned to strive for what I believe; in short I learned a way of life.

When I was told the story of Rani Lakshmi Bai I learned the power of women.

When I learned that Aryabhatta of India outshines everyone in the history of mathematics.When I learn that he was the one who made the discovery of zero, I become aware of the intellectual power India holds.

When I read the “Arthashastra’ written by Chanakya, which is a classic of statecraft and is reverently studied even in Europe and elsewhere, I grasp the concept of politics and marvel on these great Indian men and their works.

When I heard the success story of Dr. Kiran Bedi,I learned that, when you live in a world ruled by corruption, you don’t have to surrender.When you live in a society governed by men, you don’t have to be submissive and meek and just because you’re a woman, you don’t have to be powerless and weak.

When I see Anna Hazare fighting for the Jan Lokpal Bill, I can almost see the new India from the window sill, I can dream of a corruption free India….I get the point, that if you have a dream, you have everything And if you have no dream than everything means nothing.

And when I see the youth coming on the roads to help him,I ponder, why are they doing it? What motivation could they have for coming on the streets and going on fasts? Are they getting paid for it……no, so how can we say that India is governed by money… never can be because souls cannot be purchased.

And now I understand what India means to me,

India is a country full of shocks and surprises, full of life, colour and vigour. It’s a place where you learn the right way of life, where institutions like family, marriage and society have not lost their meaning, where people still care for the younger and respect the elders.

How I wish, I could explain what India means to me and how proud I’m being an Indian but words can’t be enough to express the emotion, the reverence, the respect, the love I feel for the nation.







A  beautiful French actress whose craving for passion and vengeance takes her from the gutters of Paris to the bedroom of a powerful billionaire; a dynamic Greek tycoon who never forgets an insult, never forgives an injury; a handsome war hero lured from his wife by another woman and an innocent American girl who becomes a bewildered pawn in a game of vengeance and betrayal. The Other Side of Midnight is the story of four star-crossed lives enmeshed in a deadly ritual of passion, intrigue and corruption.

This is a kind of novel which should be avoided during times of hectic schedules as once you start reading; chances are that you wouldn’t be able to let it go. A wicked tale of power, passion, betrayal and vengeance, the novel is a definite page turner and gets more gripping with every turn of the page.

Plot: The story revolves around four magnetic personalities, each one of which is bound to have some impact. In a world ruled by men, our leading lady, Noelle Page uses the power of seduction to lure each one of them until he gives in to what she wants and then moves on to another just to seek revenge from the one man she has ever truly loved, Larry Douglas. But what happens when she finally gets to him, had the hatred overpowered the overwhelming love & passion she has once felt for the man?
The all-powerful Greek tycoon Constantin Demeris is also used as a stepping stone by her but she forgets that the man is not ordinary rather a force to reckon with. He possesses absolute power and is absolutely corrupt, who believes in imparting justice his way. Will he ever forgive her or destroy her totally? Catherine Alexander is the only character with no evil intentions but still is brutally caught in the middle of the storm. Her only crime was being a loving wife and working to keep her marriage alive.
Writing  style: The only flaw in the book can be said to be its writing style. The book starts with the story of Noelle page and then jumps to the story of Catherine and keeps on jumping from time to time. The worst part is that the story turns to the other character when you very much want to know what happens next. But towards the end both the lives are well connected together. The ending is the scoring point, let’s say, you should be prepared for a shocking twist.
Views: If you want an evil tale of vengeance and deadly passion, this could be ‘THE’ book. The story is well structured and the suspense is kept alive throughout the book. The novel might get explicit at places and is not recommended for kids below 18.In all, I would definitely recommend the novel. Sidney Sheldon has lived up to the title, “the master of the unexpected”. I’m certain once you finish the novel, you would run to the store for its sequel Memories of Midnight.
Rating: 4/5

The Psalm of Life

H.W. Longfellow is perhaps one of the most well known of the American poets of the nineteenth century. The magical poem “The psalm of life” was published in Voices of the Night. The early 19th century saw the greats of American literature together creating the Flowering of New England.
Longfellow is most famous for the “easy to remember “ graceful rhyming. His poems are usually about the common day to day life, the life with all its values and convictions which made it so wonderful, which made it so worth living to the fullest. Looking for the silver lining, living your life to fulfill the purpose it was meant to solve, fighting the odds with the cheerful smile and brave heart rings through this inspiring poem of his. The poem is not abstract, not too over the top, but it teaches us the most important of the lessons –live your life in the right spirit. It is about how our soul is our real identity, we may die but our soul is imperishable and permanent. Since by the means of the soul, immortality is the potential of every soul, then there should be no question of being pessimistic!!
Longfellow said about this poem-“I kept it some time in manuscript , unwilling to show it to anyone, it being a voice from my inmost heart at a time when I was rallying from depression”.
This poem has taught us how important it is to walk the path of earnest righteousness. There are ups and downs, whites and blacks, joys and sorrows but maintaining zeal and enthusiasm is very essential for leading a great life! Life is real! Life is earnest !
So here goes this amazing poem which has changed lives , and will continue doing so :
Tell me not in mournful numbers,
Life is but an empty dream!
For the soul is dead that slumbers ,
And things are not what they seem.
Life is real! Life is earnest!
And the grave is not its goal;
“ Dust thou art, to dust returnest,”
Was not spoken of the soul
Not enjoyment , and not sorrow,
Is our destined end or way;
But to act, that each to-morrow
Finds us farther than to-day.
Art is long, and Time is fleeting,
And our hearts, though stout and brave ,
Still ,like muffled drums ,are beating
Funeral marches to the grave.
In the world’s broad field of battle,
In the bivouac of Life,
Be not like dumb, driven cattle!
Be a hero in the strife!
Trust no future, howe’er pleasant!
Let the Past bury its dead!
Act-act in the living Present!
Heart within, and God o’erhead!
Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing leave behind us
Footprints on the sand of time –
Footprints, that perhaps another,
Sailing o’er life’s solemn main,
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother,
Seeing shall take heart again.
Let us, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate;
Still achieving, still pursuing ,
Learn to labour and to wait,
H.W. Longfellow

Silence of the Lambs

How often have you come across a psychological thriller that sends a chill down your spine, grips you, scares you, but at the same time pulls you towards itself, makes you keep turning pages till you discover its deepest secrets? Not often? Well, if such a masterpiece has escaped your eye , fret not!! “Silence of the Lambs “-by the Bram Stoker awardee Thomas Harris.
Though it’s a sequel to the “Red Dragon”, you would not miss out on any action of this novel if you haven’t read the “Red Dragon” 
Silence of the Lambs was adapted by Jonathan Demme in 1991 and became one of the few movies to win the five most prestigious awards in the Oscar’s history –Actor in a leading role, Actress in leading role, director, motion picture and screenplay ! and it is one the top 250 imdb movies rated by the critics as one of the best movies ever made .
All about dark shadows , gross details, and psychotic evil, this novel has the capacity to leave an indelible imprint on your minds, the horror streaks ,though not very explicit at times , underly the entire novel.
An FBI trainee, Clarice Starling is asked to get some leads on the case of a serial killer, called “Buffalo Bill”, by interviewing Dr. Hannibal Lecter, famous (or may I say notorious) as “Hannibal the Cannibal”. He is a very talented psychiatrist, and one of the best in his profession, but, he is a psychopath, a killer, guilty of unspeakable crimes. Now he is a high security prisoner locked up in a mental institution. Nevertheless, disregarding the dangers involved in going to Lecter ,Clarice decides to go over to him,to seek his insights over the buffalo bill case, as stopping this serial killer is of utmost priorty, or another girl shall have to added to the list of his unlucky , flayed victims , killed in the most gruesome ,most macabre manner imaginable ,leaving you with utter disgust for this unseen antagonist, whose appearances are rare, but nevertheless terrifying.
Coming back to the cannibal, Dr. Lecter would not give his knowledge of the case so easily. The price Clarice must pay? His entry into the darkest chambers of her mind confronting her own demons and her lambs screaming . They develop a strange relationship where he offers her cryptic clues in return for information on her unhappy childhood. Throughout the novel, you will realize the brilliance with which it has been written, well constructed with no unnecessary drama. The clock is ticking and you can not stop yourself from being the part of the chase for the nefarious Buffalo Bill. Before you even know it , you will feel the urge to stop the killer from letting lose a reign of terror, blood and death .
So, what are you waiting for? Go grab a copy , and savour the brilliance of one of the best psychological thrillers ever written .

Sleep Deprivation!

Consciousness is what we are aware of the feelings, thoughts, sensations and environments but the consciousness get alter when we sleep, take medicines, hypnosis and take drugs. Now, it comes as why we need to sleep? The simple answer is that body and mind both need to restore. There are two kinds of sleep such as non-rapid eye movement and rapid eye movement. It has been found from the research that each cycle of sleep is about 5-90 minutes. For the different age group of humans the sleep time is different as newborn child sleep almost for 20 hours and older people sleep for less than 6 hours. Even though it is know that prolonged wakefulness effects human body badly. As by the research by Patrick and Gilbert in year 1986 that the wakefulness for 90 hours continuously causes in decrease in sensory acuity, motor speed, ability to memorise, and production of visual hallucinations. This happens because of the not having the proper sleep and that is called as sleep deprivation. It might be of different kinds such as chronic and acute. There are many psychological effects on the human body and mind because of this sleep deprivation. Total and partial deprivation effects human bond and mind in different ways such as it disturbs the concentration, learning and mood. The brain activity also changes in wrong side and doesn’t work effectively. Till today there has not been such kind of neurological study on sleep deprived individuals. Awakening for a long time will surely affect the human body and will cause the number of sleep disorders such as Parasomnias where the awake take place while sleeping like sleepwalking or sleep talking, dyssomnia where timing, quality and quantity of sleep is impaired.

While sleeping human dream too and that is of different kinds like REM, NREM and Lucid dreams that depends on the dreamer while sleeping and the kind of sleep too. For example, let’s take an example as in year 1964 a 17 years old boy at Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Centre in Unites States Naval Hospital at San Diego California who didn’t sleep for 264 hours continuously and that caused several problems to his body, mind and vision. This patient was closely observed by Dr. William Dement. According to Dr. William Dement on first day the boy was okay as he was feeling refreshing but on second day the boy found that the vision of the boy was diminishing and he was getting difficulty in opening his eyes correctly while he was trying to watch a movie and then next day it was found that the boy was not able watch the television properly. Slowly, on next day he found that his mood changed and his tongue was also seemed as twisters. On fourth day the body found significant changes as memory lapse, difficulty in concentrating on the things, feeling of a tight band around his head, and his vision was like that he was observing the fog in the street. On fifth day, the boy’s equilibrium was balance but he caught with intermittent hypnogogic reveries. Slowly, the blurred vision of the boy for next few days got in to more problem. For the last 2 days, anything he was hearing seem like foolish to him as he was not able to memorise the things he heard on the first day.   After this the patient finally went for a sleep and slept for more than 14 hours continuously.

This example signifies about the sleep deprivation and its effects on the body and mind of the people who don’t take proper sleep. The healthy boy whose initial blood pressure was 120/180 Hg, pulse rate was 72 and temperature was 36.1 C got significant changes. Even though during the awaking the pupils of the boy reacted normally but there seemed some significant movements in his body and mind with the time of awakening. Sleep deprivation causes number of harmful things to the human body and sometime causes the fatal diseases too if the sleep deprivation goes on continuous. In this sleep deprivation initially, there is abnormal behaviour happens but after some time it goes normal after some days. The most important body part that affected much is eye and mind. Sleep deprivation increases the psychiatric difficulties in the body and it take long time to recover than sleep deprivation is occurs. Because of this the life style and body thinking goes change and sometime things seem as not perfect because of the lack of concentration, mood change and memory lapse. Physical and mental conditions get change with the time if sleep deprivation goes for longer time and no proper meditation is done. Mediations improve the consciousness of the body and allow thinking on focused objects. In the above example the sleep deprivation for a long time may lose the concentration and memory strength and that can be achieved through the meditation. Mediation is very important in case of having the sleep deprivation because it reduces the blood pressure and controls the human emotions.

People use some drugs to control the sleep deprivation like hypnosis that controls the pain of the body and helps in power suggestion in thinking, feelings and sensations. The humans who take the drug occasionally and frequently also get in to the sleep deprivation problem because the drugs affect the human brain thoroughly and speed up the activity in the central nervous system. It also changes the behaviour relatively and stimulates the organism. Conditioning response of the body become weak. In the 17 years boy example, it was observed that the behaviour of the boy got change after the sleep deprivation for 264 hours and it causes the number of changes in the boy’s mental and physical activities for a long time. These changes get reverse in normal conditions after a 6 -8 months of proper mediation and care of the boy. Thus, the final outcome is that sleep deprivation is not good for human body and mind.



Confessions of Almighty!

The flickering midnight candle died,

And the thunderstorm caught my sight.

I went to close the swaying door,

Only to see my garden with dead trees galore


Far in the corner stood a body covered with husk

The scary windy night seems to have given him a mask

“Hello stranger standing there”

“come on in and save yourself from the killing air”

The stranger showed me a card he was given

Which clearly said – “Authorized from Heaven”

“Oh! Almighty” you are the one

Who has beget the earth moon and the sun


He twisted his face in a mocking smile

And asked me to lend him my shoulder

So that he could cry for a while.


“Don’t cry my lord” – what is wrong?

The world is fine!!! But is the heaven

Running in proper form????


NO No sweetheart – it is not that way

I have come to beg for mercy –

For letting things go wrong in your way.

Ha Ha !!!! I laughed “are you crazy”

Everything is fine; it is just that I am a bit lazy.


No No sweetheart, I got swayed

Flowers. Fruits and sweets took me off my way.

I committed the crime of putting to earth

People with no brain but lust for money

Consuming away everything and producing no honey


They are sitting on cushions which are powerful and strong

Sucking blood of people who have done no wrong

Mercilessly killing each other in the name of war

Busy collecting specks of sand galore


The lies have replaced love

And smiles of all become cries

I miss the time when we all were one

I miss the time when I hated none


Today even they bribe me with money

Thinking that I will give em’ all honey

“Global Worming” had raped my nature

“Poaching of animals” has killed all my creature


I will end the world soon to everyone’s surprise

Come 2012 you all will demise

Before going I am knocking on some special people’s door

To tell then that you have been good to me and all


May this world rest in peace

Without tearing each other into piece

“Go back sweet-heart” go and sleep tight

This wary night will soon reside”