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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 →

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 →

Masaan – Poem

*Inspired by the movie Masaan* While I lie down on a rocky ground by the river of Ganga at banaras A train approaches the bridge ahead of my sight Which reverberates in rhythm of your poem I failed to understand… Continue Reading →

How Do I Tell You Mom – Poem

My mom often complains I don’t talk to her to anymore I don’t make any jokes & laugh with her the way I used to do before She remembers how I couldn’t go a day without sharing everything about my… Continue Reading →

Cursor – Poem

Cursor on my notepadstares at the white screen,blank face, empty heart a lost soulin the middle of December night It asks, Why you can’t type anything tonight?I say, you only read the words but can’t understand emotions immersed inside every… Continue Reading →

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