Exploiting the long tail of relevance…

If the words that are half-deliberately placed on this blog suddenly conspire and start making sense, I shudder to think of the consequences.

16 comments on “Exploiting the long tail of relevance…

  1. munira says:

    You have been awarded the ‘Yes! I like this!’ blog award….by me!

    http://munzee72.wordpress.com/2011/06/16/the-yes-i-like-this-blog-award-goes-to/

  2. I love this one sentence you’ve given us here. May all your consequences delight you.

  3. Sean Lynch says:

    I enjoy your poetry, it’s different.

  4. Ah so much said in so little, enjoying your work 🙂

  5. macasanne says:

    I nominated you for the Liebster Award. Please see my post at:
    akmacas.com

  6. yash says:

    I have been following your blog for some weeks now, and having a great time reading it. So i just wanted to stop by and say that i really love your poetry. It is twisted in a subtle way, and has a certain effect on the mind that makes the poor fellow feel like it is in an unexplored part of the jungle 😛
    Yep, thanks for sharing your art 🙂

  7. Hello. Poets for Peace is trying to reach you about PUBLICATION. Could you please email me at writingwingsforyou@gmail.com so I can pass you information? Thank you very much.

  8. chrisbkm says:

    Beginagain? How fortunate to have stumbled upon your comment at Audra’s Applewood Farm… and traced over to this slight bit o’ moss. Look very forward to reading much more of your work.

    • huzaifazoom says:

      The fortuitousness is mine, Chris 🙂 Thanks. I too have just started discovering your poems and it seems there is a lot to dig and learn. Look forward to our dialogue ahead… Huzaifa.

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