About Moi

I am a lawyer but that’s not who I want to be. Honestly, I still don’t know what thrills me in life and I’m in no hurry to find out. Because ignorance really is bliss and I’ve realized I function best when I’m clueless. I was a typical over-achiever all my life (I am 25) and it got me nothing except anxiety and a permanent sleeping problem. So I’ve decided to chill a little, live a little, to simply be – insouciant mediocre existence – and by God’s grace I have the option of taking things lightly, for now (says a quick prayer). Sometimes I wonder if I’ve become complacent too early on in life but then I think of this blog and all the many things I get to enjoy now that I am emancipated from the need to live a larger-than-life life and to me it seems like a fair trade-off. I write to vent what I feel and (un)/fortunately I feel too much too soon. I don’t plan on being a published writer/poetess but then again, who knows – I never thought I’d be a blogger back in the day and look how that worked out. But for now, I am writing for myself and for you, my cherished reader. Happy reading.

Tanya Sood
(Your Average Third World Millenial/Wannabe Girl Next Door/Dog Whisperer By Day/Horror Movie Enthusiast By Night)

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51 thoughts on “About Moi

      1. Well being a brooder myself and an extremely empathetic person. I can easily read between the lines, relating everything with the depth of emotion and touching perspective is one of my weaknesses! Well, it’s the same reason your posts have touched my heart. You may not accurately understand this, but writers like you inspire me to write as well ! πŸ™‚

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      2. Oh you’ve made my day! That’s probably the best compliment any writer can get. Still a long way to go though but I’m glad I could connect with your thoughts in some way. Keep posting, I love to be inspired too. πŸ™‚

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      1. It does? I thought they load themselves as you go further. Thank you for bringing that to my notice. I’ll probably add an archives widget. Or change the theme, since I’m hopeless with technology. Can’t thank you enough. πŸ™‚

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      1. I may be wrong but I’ve never found girls easy to figure out. They’ve always been too complicated. But I’ll take you by your word and see for it myself. πŸ˜› πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you, Patrick. It’s easy to put your gutsy foot forward in the virtual world but I try to live up to my name in the real one too. Thank you for the follow, I’m going to go through your feed right after I send this. Almost there. πŸ™‚

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    1. Hello. I happened to find it listed under one of the tags I follow. Loved it through and through. Shall definitely check out other posts on your site.

      Thank you, Karina. I’m glad that you like what I have here. Have a great day. πŸ™‚

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  1. A poem of paradoxes.
    Zenlikefuck is a defiant title , the entire poem is Zen !
    Flesh is transient , love is eternal ….
    Must embrace darkness , I am my devastation, pain illuminates the way ,
    I could understand that the ambivalence was a stance of the poem.
    Liked the last line, There is nothing like singing in the rain……Again ambivalent. !

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  2. I knew it was The Wrapping, but the inside’s tasty, too! Thanks. Took me to walks during thunderstorms five miles from where we Threw Rocks At The Moon. Lightning striking – and exploding with pine scent like popular housecleaning product – a tall pine along the railroad tracks in Titusville convinces that immortality/mortality the same side of no coin, besides I have watermelon at home and whiskey at work.

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