You remember, when you were five and wanted the new toy from the store? and you cried because your friend had it, She saved money from her work that payed her less, and she didn’t stop until you had it, You remember, when you were ten and teacher called because you had a fight with… Continue reading Motherhood
A person trying to hide himself from others because he felt alone. But ultimately realizing his own self with the help of one person who materialized the life he always wanted.
STAGE I Sound of their laughter, A treat to ears, They giggled, with pretty eyes, Nibbling small pieces of pears, STAGE II They walked to school, Worrying about undone homework, Afraid of teacher’s rebuke, Afraid she’ll punish em’ more-work, STAGE III Affection, mistaken for love, Un-Accepting Infatuation, Running chores for other-self’s contentment, broken hearts, the… Continue reading The Seven Stages
Blood Splatter, screams and terror, They brought these all with themselves, Several men with firearms, Stormed inside, like open cells, Students with big dreams, Were there to achieve they desire, Several men with Firearms, Left their bodies to meet fire, Several men with Firearms, Marched inside the campus, Pushing the trigger of their AKs, When anyone came in their ways, The walls were blood covered, Staircases, bloodstained, Bullet-poked walls and doors, Glee, out of… Continue reading Several Men with Firearms
Lesser did I know, where i will reach, But I kept walking, down the road, The path I chose was lone, silent, As I unbundled from the horde, Trees shed their leaves, Flowers were nowhere to be seen, “Am I walking the right course?” Kept asking myself, ambling through the road, “There’s no looking back… Continue reading The Untrodden Way
The smile that occurred, at his mere sight, Was history, from last night, The tears that rolled down the cheeks, Were outcome of his dying light, The light that once overcame the darkness, Was the darkness that lied within, Was now unbarred and unlocked, Love now felt as a sin, All the letters, all the… Continue reading Despondency
From the canteen high fives. To the friendly hugs. From the shared classnotes, To the coffee mugs. From the pat on her face, to the touch of his hand. From the kiss on her cheeks, to the walk on the sand. From the words unrevealed, To the united thoughts. From the twisted saga, to the… Continue reading United