I am sitting Huddled among my friends Or beside my love But I am sitting And I am laughing, talking. I am happy. Or so I thought- For I was sure, sitting But I was alone Where did he go? Why did the people leave me? I was confused Scared. And then I saw someoneContinue reading “The Arrested Fear.”
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The Mystical Pishogue.
I am meek I am mild. I am an emblem of docile. I am innocent I am polite. I am an insignia of comply. I am submissive I am conceding. I am an image of yielding. I am sweet I am honest. I am a metaphor of a lonely forest. IContinue reading “The Mystical Pishogue.”
The Disguised Innocence.
She was walking alone, dazed, on a torturous esplanade Fighting battles that she didn’t know existed within, Shaky, confused, confounded Adrift amidst her own gloomy labyrinth. Having abandoned her modest attire The saree, the simplicity, long discarded, Adorning herself in skirts, she became a voracious liar Determining to no more forsake her heart unguarded.Continue reading “The Disguised Innocence.”
The Screaming Silence.
The bedroom door closed She flinched He grinned She shuddered He smirked. The bed conquered She groaned He frowns She pleads He pounds. The six yards of clothing came off She cringed He smiled She screamed He moaned. The bodies locked Beyond the natural rhythm An innocent body lost With silence beingContinue reading “The Screaming Silence.”
I am not a very huge fan of children, Overwhelming as they always leave me, Fearing, exhausted, and hidden. Despite which they have never failed To wipe my tears, Into smiles and cheers.
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