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Finding Mary.

Warm teacups and napkins perfectly in place, waiting patiently.Window curtains flowing and the food was warm.She was alone when they found her.With no sign of a forced entry nor a panic stricken exit.Mary appeared exactly a month after it dissapeared….without it’s crew.Right in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

Gyan Ban Thoughts - The Mary Celeste set sail around Nov 5,1872. About a month later it was found in the Atlantic Ocean unmanned and apparently abandoned, despite the fact that the weather was fine and her crew had been experienced and able crew.The ship had been at sea for a month and had over six months' worth of food and water on board. The cargo was virtually untouched and the personal belongings of passengers and crew were still in place, including valuables. The crew was never seen or heard from again. Their disappearance is often cited as the greatest maritime mystery of all time.Theories range from paranormal explanations involving hypothetical extraterrestrial …


memories buildfeelings balance touched by time...
pain wanes tears dry touched by time...
looking back turmoils rage a salt statue...
melancholy sound emotions profound edge of cliff...
flying down floating soul reach the sky...

wonder why drifted life my pensive sky...

Gyan Ban Thoughts - be kind, you never know who's heart you touch and who's blessings you might need. Each verse is for each stone in the picture.
One Single Impression.


Still another 20 mins, to go. The pulse was fast.He could hear the heart beat distinctively.It was not thudding was pounding.A distinct sense of uneasiness had crept in. His senses are heightened. The scratch on the table with his finger nails in tense nervousness ,the noise is too loud , the ball point pen was piercing into his sweaty palm. Yet he had to maintain calm.The look on his face needed to be non-descriptive.The pocket handkerchief was the only comfort.A fear of a massive failure grips him.There was no turning back now.He had to do it. After all the stakes were so high. He oscillated role playing from what he'd do if he screwed up to what he'd do if he succeeded. The mind was at a complete unrest.As he muttered under his breath he saw some people frowning at him from a distance as they passed by and some looked at him suspiciously.He thought if ever they knew what he was going through they'd probably crack up by now..His mind could explode any mo…


As the shocking news trickled in, the whispering dignitaries at the state
banquet dinner table waited for a reaction from the prime minister.

There was none.

Instead he offered an unflinching calmness & composure.
His love,and duty for the country, demanded a silent farewell.
He’d once asked her - ‘Why does it take a minute to say hello & an eternity to say goodbye’ ?
He’d finally got his answer.

- - -
Edwina Mountbatten had died in her sleep.

Gyanban thoughts – Lord and Lady Mountbatten served as, respectively, the last Viceroy and Vicereine of pre-Partition India. Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten shared a strong platonic frienship,perhaps borderlining on romance.Some secrets are forever wrapped in pages of history and only a few people know the exact nature of their relationship. The prime minister displayed exemplary courage to set aside personal grief and engaged with the important foreign dignitaries visiting Hyderabad House that evening.The final Goodbye t…

Lights,Camera - Action.

My studio lights are always glowing.She spins, clicks, laughs and swirls her hair.Her hands are smooth,feeling the metallic bulge.I look at her mischevious eyes and they tell a story.

I grin.
She’s got to be crazy,I manage to grin.
She starts to laugh hysterically.