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Darkness | Insomnia – Poem

Look, I was not quite familiar with the empty 3:00 am nights when you told me about your insomnia “It’s just your messed up routine and junk food diet”, I thought Until tonight when I turned off the lights and… Continue Reading →

Obsessed All Over Again – Poem

I won’t romanticize pain tonight this isn’t a poem about a broken thing a heart, a brain, a bone or about the beauty of love that doesn’t last (there isn’t any) Let me write about the Band I’m obsessed all… Continue Reading →

Words or Silence – Death Poem

It’s 9:50 in the night the city is living in quarantine and I had to google for the correct spelling Anyway I’m out on terrace it’s a part of routine my own isolation with some air, stars ,sky and sometimes… Continue Reading →

Awkward Silence – Poem

When we meet I don’t want it to be A fancy restaurant or noisy cafe I will fail to look inside your soul or hear your heart out Let’s meet somewhere on earth with limitless sky or an endless Ocean… Continue Reading →

RIP Self Respect – Poem

I often find myself pushing away peopleAs I know, I end up clinging too muchAnd try hard to go back in memorieswithout a time machine They say people change (I say it too)and you can’t do anything about ityet I… Continue Reading →

When I Say I Miss You – Poem

When I say I miss you It’s not when I’m hanging off a cliff or drowning in a river of burning Lava When I say I miss you it’s when I see clouds on blue sky or mountains covered with… Continue Reading →

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