Hey folks, I hope you all are doing fine. I know I have been away for a long time, but I promise I’ll be back as soon as I can. Till then I am very pleased to share another poem of mine that has been published at Spillwords, a place where words matter. I sent themContinue reading “Her Mysterious Meshuga.”
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Her Mysterious Meshuga.
There is a whirlwind of chaos inside her An entropy, a madness, a little emptiness That ceases her sanity from within. The mania, the frenzy, the wilderness All a part of her nugatory existence. The deadening disarray enchaining her minds Building a claustrophobia Which you may never succeed to define. The restlessness, the anxiety,Continue reading “Her Mysterious Meshuga.”
Please, please just let me be…
Please don’t come again. I am good, if not at best, without you. Please just go away. Please, just let me be. It was really difficult To disentangle from your black chains, It was claustrophobic To always be in your embrace. When you are around I am not happy, I am not myself,Continue reading “Please, please just let me be…”
Possibility Of The Impossible!
Sitting at the top of the mountain, In the open air, I couldn’t breathe in. Sitting near the holy pyre, The woods burning, I couldn’t even feel the fire. Sitting on the green earth, The flowers blooming, I couldn’t even reckon my birth. How can there be lack of water, NearContinue reading “Possibility Of The Impossible!”
I feel helpless today. So helpless, As helpless as I haven’t felt in a long time. As helpless, as I think I can never feel. The epitome of helplessness. And yet, I feel this can go on, On and on for quite a while. And yet I feel that I can feel even more helpless.Continue reading “Helpless.”
The bond that you say love, Isn’t love, It’s choking me, It’s killing me.
Tug of war
They bundled me up, separated me from all my other friends and tied up a knot on me. I was suffocated. Hadn’t they ever heard of claustrophobia? I wanted to breathe, to smell the ‘exotic Indian air’, to cherish the gone moments, to smile through the troubles but they wouldn’t just leave me alone. TheContinue reading “Tug of war”