Yesterday, I posted this, and I felt exactly the words deep in my life, something that came out from inside my heart, but somehow I was not satisfied with the end. I hated my own poetry, my own work, my own thoughts, leaving my readers and myself without hope, and hence I came up with… Read More I Wanted To Heal You….!!
Sometimes all you need to do is Stay back, and let it all pass. To sit awhile, and let it all pass. Sometimes all you need to do is Let the blood drain away to your toes. To let the air be sucked out till your ears. Sometimes all you need to do… Read More Sometimes…
I am walking down a path Somewhere, where I am so scared to walk, Somewhere, where I have always dreaded to walk. I am walking down a path To somewhere, where I don’t know the destination To somewhere, where I don’t know what awaits. I am walking to someplace Where? Why? How? I… Read More I Am Walking!
I was strangled. A rope tied around my neck, the grip was getting tighter by the second, and my eyes were widening with the same force. Beads of sweat rolled from my forehead, to the corners of my cheeks, towards the chin falling onto my breasts, mingling with the musk beneath. I tried to… Read More When You Just Cannot Breathe!
I am—yet what I am none cares or knows; My friends forsake me like a memory lost: I am the self-consumer of my woes— They rise and vanish in oblivious host, Like shadows in love’s frenzied stifled throes And yet I am, and live—like vapours tossed Into the nothingness of scorn and noise, Into the… Read More I Am!
I have fallen to this new stature Cause, I have sat and done Absolutely nothing despite being all alone. I sat and stared Stared at the dark wall, Giving away ramifications of my past. I sat; sat and stared at I don’t know what, Giving away only darkness. I looked on… Read More Fallen To This New Level!
I was glaring at the TV in the dark, my vision unclear, blurred, I hardly knew what channel was switched on and I couldn’t possibly care less. I kept it on, on bearable volume only to feel myself accompanied. I was slouched beside my study table, beside which the balcony door stood ajar, supported… Read More The Next Morning!