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धैरै डर र चिन्ता
कतै केहि भैहाल्ने पो हो कि भनेर
मनको बाघले धेरै खायो
कतै सबै जिवन खेर जाने पो हो कि भनेर

तर थोरै आशा अझ पनि बाँकि छ
सबै ठिक होला भन्ने
अब छिट्टै नै
यो काल रात्रिबाट मुक्ति पाउने आशा

त्यसैले त आजकल आस्तिक भएको छु
भगवानलाई प्रार्थना ग‌र्दछु
नयाँ नयाँ भाकल गर्दछु
आखिर अरु कसले सुन्छ र मेरो व्यथा
र अरु कसले गर्छ त्यसको अन्तय?

त्यसैले प्रभु म हजुरको शरणमा आएको छु
मेरो उद्दार गरिदिनुहोस ।।



Pray, Pray, Pray

Afraid and scared.

I lie awake all night.

Thinking about the consequences.

Fear and paranoia eating me away.


I pray to the higher power.

Please, help me.

I will be good.

I promise.



We were infinite

“And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.”

~ The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Mood: Whimsical

It was an awesome book and I am sure it’s going to be an awesome movie too. Right now, I am watching the trailer over and over again and thinking about my life – what is going to happen and where am I going to end up. It’s terrifying.

Still, “Perks” gives me hope. The story is very poignant and relatable; the dialogues even more so.

“We accept the love we think we deserve.”  – I know this for a fact because it is always happening to me and I’m sure it’s the same for you too. I dare not ask that handsome guy out because I feel they are out of my league.

Why do we always believe that we don’t deserve them? Why do we always feel so … worthless?

I could go on and on. “Perks” is a gem. I don’t think I need to elaborate on it any more.

I am a Wallflower.

I love Patrick (for obvious reasons) and would like to see if they have included the scenes between Charlie and him (you know, that scene : D ) in the movie or not.


“Charlie: I really wanna be a writer but I don’t know what I’d write about.
Sam: You could write about us.
Patrick: Call it Slut and the Falcon. Make us solve crimes.”

I nearly died laughing after seeing this in the trailer. XD

Can’t wait till September!

“Study me as much as you like, you will never know me, for I differ a hundred ways from what you see me to be. Put yourself behind my eyes, and see me as I see myself, for I have chosen to dwell in a place you cannot see.”

— Rumi