“The Owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of the dusk”-Hegel. I say, what’s so catastrophic about that?

The Hegelian perspective says that philosophy can grasp the truth of a culture, however, only when the culture has matured enough so that what the absolute has revealed to it has finally become clear. But by this time, says Hegel, it is too late for the society to change. Hegel makes this point in these lines in which he refers to the owl which was a symbol of Minerva, the Roman Goddess of wisdom. And the dusk, in this context defines lateness.

On the contrary, the Apekshatic perspective, that of a romantic nature states that if Minerva is the Goddess of wisdom, then she’s also the deity of arts and poetry. Similarly, the dusk defines lateness as well as beauty. These lines say that arts and poetry take flight when beauty is provided to them. Why’s it that all negativity comes to us before positivity?

It’s all about how you see.


Know the owl

Born on 1st October’ 2014, this Libran owl is a lover of romance, lyricism and philosophy. The owl is a believer of absolute simplicity, and his approach is clearly reflected in his works and talents too. His heart has always been his kryptonite in the real life; however, this weakness serves as a strong point in his write ups.

What all it serves

With about 5k visitors per year and 1k+ followers over the globe, the owl loves to serve the readers of the  world with his flair. You’ll find a variety of poetry styles as you keep on scrolling down. Free verses are of course, the forte of the owl. He’s pretty good at epigrams, limericks, sonnets, haikus, ottava rimas and terza rimas. The limericks aren’t usually hilarious because of the poet’s extremely emotional nature. Till yet, only poems have been published here, but some sort of articles may appear occasionally.

Special demands are gratefully accepted by the owl. Other than his own works, sometimes reblogs and shares might be found.

Who’s Apeksha?

An Aristotelian, yet a believer of Plato with a Socratic touch; A Hindu who believes in Allah and Biblical verses; A teen who thinks like grownups yet lives like a new born; A social girl who’s always around people but few knock the doorstep of her heart; A lively soul which can cry for any reason and befriends loneliness; A bibliophile who isn’t moved by novels; An egoistic lioness who can die for her loved ones; A confident speaker whose shivers go uncontrollable; A Junoesque who isn’t proud of her beauty; A girl they call ‘Apeksha’…

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My job, as I create this page, is not to serve you the sayings of remarkable personalities you already know. Rather I choose to share some amazing stuff I’ve heard from the remarkable people around me, whom you don’t know.

“We’re like the two sides of the same coin. I wonder if we’d ever know ourselves for who we truly are. We are the opposites of the same magnet, different pages of the same book, petals of the same flower and wings of the same bird. Always on the verge of meeting but a bleak division sets us apart. I swear we are one. But, are we, really?” –Anonymous


These days, the owl says…

“Their shoulders held the sky suspended,

They stood, and earth’s foundations stay.

What God abandoned, these defended,

And saved the sum of things for pay.”


The Owl salutes the brave heroes of the Indian army.


‘Cause the owl values you

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