Haiku: Before it’s too late


Plant flowers in people’s hearts
instead of leaving them upon their graves
Before it’s too late.



The Night and Me


At one with the night and it’s magic,

creative to the extremes,

epiphanies and ideas flow like running water,

expressing all my inner thoughts and dreams


Still cannot get over you


They say the hardest thing is letting go of someone you love. You can’t go back in time, you can’t change a thing; so, you decide to move on but sometimes it stings really hard.

You know, I wonder about your day, if you are having a good day or a bad day. I wonder if you have come across anything that amuses you. I think about the things I could tell you about my day. It has been a dreary day. Actually, the past three months have been a difficult ones for me. Negativity and sadness have dominated my thinking. Today, in particular, has brought back a sense of hopelessness; I feel like I’m left behind like shells on a seashore, after the sea recedes.

I miss you, and I hope you are missing me too.  You see, I don’t seem to be able to escape the thought of you:  the books I read, the films I watch, all appear to conspire to remind me of you in one way or another. Sometimes, there are hours in the day when I just repeat your name and I don’t even know why.

I am a prisoner in my own mind, subject to my own atypical neurological conditioning, but you set me free when we were together in person. I am clean, I am pure, I am free when I’m with you, and I wouldn’t want to change that for anyone or anything this decrepit world holds for me.

You are the diamond in the rough, and I the prospector, working my fingers to the bone to find you, dirtied and weak, you bring respite to my weary mind.

I hope you can see that I mean everything I say. I’ll be there for you, through thick and thin, no trial or tribulation too difficult, too torturous to endure to feel you in my arms once more. To unlove you is beyond comprehension, such a thing is not to be mentioned.

 If my words don’t give you comfort, then I hope space and time will. Till then, I will wait I for you like the boy that waits for his lost father to come home, and I know you’ll be back sooner than I think, but each waking minute away from you is an eternity.

Something I could never have


Do you ever feel like you’re fighting an unwinnable battle
Nothing you do will ever be right
Nothing you do will ever be good enough
Things will never pan out
You will never get what you want out of life
You can try with all of your heart
And all of your soul
But you are just not meant to succeed
You are not meant to be happy
The moments you experience
Only provided to tease you
To show you what you’re missing
To show you what you don’t deserve
To remind you what you’ll never truly have

(wrote this poem few years ago)


Atheist vs Silly Questions


When people found out that I’m atheist; they seem to be shocked by my disbelief. Religious people have hard time understanding that their religion applies only to them, and that they can’t shove it down everyone’s throat. Here are my answers to some silly questions

  • Q: Why you hate god?

A: I don’t hate god in fact I can’t hate something that doesn’t exist; it’s like hating the tooth fairy or Santa Claus. I simply don’t feel the need to believe in a magic father in the sky. It doesn’t matter which religion you follow as god is god in any religion and every single one of them portrays him as a sadistic tyrant that people worship out of ignorance and disbelief.


  • Q: Then do you worship Satan?

A: “Hail Satan, “sacrifices a goat”. No, sorry to burst your bubble, but I don’t believe in him either. Wait, are you one of “satan blamers” you know the people who blame satan for all the bad things in this world. Then in this case, you have to admit that satan is more powerful than your god, or your god would intervene to stop him.


  • Q: What happened to you that was so bad that you quit believing in god?

A: Well, you don’t need trauma to have a common sense. I no longer believe because there is no evidence, religion for me is nothing but a con.


  • Q: So you don’t believe in any religion?

A: Why are you asking this question; don’t you know the definition of an atheist. Next Christmas, I will buy you a Merriam Webster’s dictionary, it would be more useful than your bible. Religions are crutch for weak minded people to latch onto because they can’t even tie their shoes without messing it up so they need “god” to tell to do everything. Religion is the simplest answer for primitives whose minds couldn’t fathom the possibility of an endless universe.


  • Q: Aren’t you afraid of going to hell?

A: Hell isn’t a real place. If believing in some invisible man in the sky is keeping tabs on my every moment in order to harshly judge me after death then thank you but NO, I would rather rot in hell and enjoy my life while I’m alive.  When to think about it, hell is not a bad place after all, no dull moment in it: You can get a free tan, throw a big party with atheists’ celebrities and rock stars, and engage in interesting conversations with atheists’ philosophers


  • If humans evolved from apes, why are there still apes?

Oh no, not the ape question! Seriously, aren’t you people tired of asking over and over the same question that only shows your lack to really grasp what evolution really is? This is a very old question that has been answered many times, and it either falls on deaf ears or is beyond the understanding of the listener; that’s why I stopped answering this question.


Now, take a look at the world do you see a lot of miracles happening? Do you see god’s will being brought through? Do you see god’s infamous mind control? If there was god, there’d be no murder, no hate, no bigotry, no racism, etc… There is no god. There’s just the sky, outer space, the sun, and our useless asses.