Change is the only contant in life
No change often leads to strife
Balance is needed, much
'Cause the lightest touch
Of change too much, is a knife!
Yesterday, my friend Absconding-Soul decided to change his blog a little, and increase the range of his blog. I was reminded of how, about a month ago, I too changed my blog. I started including my own thoughts along with the limericks, with situational limericks in the serious posts. My impersonal blog became psuedo-personal. And the idea was sucessful : my friends liked it, The Limericker became Bestest Blog of the Day for July 18th. I have been mighty pleased with the outcome. :D
Change has to be the only contant in life. For me, routine is boring, and change is essential. So, my blog will keep changing and evolving with time. With every change, I plan to learn and take the good forward, leaving the bad behind.
I have been reading some technical details about Poetry. I want to expand my range beyond limericks, and make my limericks better in terms of metre and rhyme. I am not into serious poetry however... for some reason, it bores me. But I will try. The short term plan, however, is to explore the world of non-limerick funny poetry. I hope I can do it. Comments, as always, will be welcome. :D
There was a young lady named Kite
Who went much faster than light
She shattered light cones
But was eaten by tachyons
Serves her right!
Now for a totally unrelated topic: Physics. The thing I love about physics is ( I know what you're thinking: dork!) that it is beautiful. The equations and derivations are lovely, of course, but the physical interpretation is the beautiful thing about Physics.
Physics can, partly, answer the "why" questions in the real world. And it can do so aesthetically, on principles of symmetry, elegance. Of course, that is not the whole story. But it adds an element of art to physics, making it aesthetically pleasing.
I'm not going to talk much about physics, partly because "I ain't seen nothing of physics yet", and partly because I want this blog to have a wider audience than just dorks ;-).
The next post is planned to be limericks-only. :-)