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Power of Nine


The power.











Flow of words.


Bringing stories to readers.

Not a dime earned.

Yet! It’s my space.

A home I call mine,

Scripting the story of life.

Some call it a veteran and oldie.

It’s a rebellious adolescent,

growing a year older.

Hits are not the way,

for creative pursuit.

Madness is!

Anniversary is just another name.

Shout out to readers, followers and friends.

Thank you.


Dear friends,

Scripting the story of life, the blog’s name, turns a year older and grows into an energetic and cool teenager. Yes, today the blog turns 9. It’s personal, public with poems weaved, interviews, satire and personal ranting. Like the bubble of a young rebellious adolescent, it didn’t shy away from being controversial and taking a dig at politicians and has been celebs. No prize for guessing, the blog is an extension of my personality and I believe it has forged its character over the nine years, right from the modest start with super lame posts replete with grammar errors and horrible sentence constructions, it has improved a lot. Rest assured, it shall never stop improving for I am a work in progress.

So thanks a lot for the positive feedback, hits, brick bats and constructive criticisms plus comments.






Work-in-progress, seeker and bundle of contradictions. Stubborn and Refusal to grow up and constantly in search of myself, I blurt it out on my space. Drop in and share some love. Indian by choice.

13 thoughts on “Power of Nine

  1. Congratulations on turning 9! I like how you compared it the growth of your blog to our own growing years. Hope it grows more and more mature 🙂 Keep writing.

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