On this day :
1957 Nevada is site of firstever underground nuclear explosion, 1777 Arnold and Gates argue at First Battle of Saratoga, 1973 Death of countryrock pioneer leads inspires car crime, 1862 Union forces defeat Rebels at the Battle of Iuka, 1959 Khrushchev barred from visiting Disneyland, 1995 Newspaper publishes Unabomber manifesto, 1985 Earthquake shakes Mexico City, 1881 President Garfield succumbs to shooting wounds, 1893 New Zealand first in womens vote, 1955 Peron deposed in Argentina, 1994 US forces land in Haiti, 1995 Unabomber manifesto published, 1990 Goodfellas opens, 2000 Michael Chabons Pulitzer Prizewinning novel debuts, 1985 The US Senate convenes the PMRC hearings on Capitol Hill, 1827 Jim Bowie stabs a Louisiana banker with his famous knife, 1881 President James Garfield dies, 1988 Louganis wins gold in springboard, 1966 Pressure mounts against continued US involvement in Vietnam, 1969 Nixon cancels draft calls for November and December, 1918 British offensive begins in Palestine, 1941 Germans bombard Leningrad,

Poems

Free verse is an open form of poetry. It does not use consistent meter patterns rhyme or any other musical pattern. It thus tends to follow the rhythm of natural speech.

Free Verse

Beautiful

Beautiful
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Beauty is skin deep. True beauty lies deep within

Sempiternal Love-A Modern Sonnet

Sempiternal Love-A Modern Sonnet
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Love is divine and there isn't one who does not crave for it.

What Rains Entail

What Rains Entail
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We can associates our emotions with the rains, be it happiness, grief or anger. Rains also encompass so many other aspects of our lives.

True Politics

True Politics
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We often wonder, 
What 'Politics' implies? 
Is it what we sense around?
 Or is it much more, or less?

Unrequited

Unrequited
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A debate on the merits and demerits of love and disinclination towards unrequited love...

Superfluous Reveries

Superfluous Reveries
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You may believe in your wisdom. But you have to accept the reasoning of others and analyze information on a fair balance. Be open to new ideas and expand your...

Synthetic Imprisonment

Synthetic Imprisonment
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A sequel to 'Study Anthem' that highlights the problems of the modern day phenomenon of coaching classes

Study Anthem

Study Anthem
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How long should one study? Is studying for a long time really beneficial? What harm does studying for long cause?