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I’m Exhausted – Poem

I’m exhausted my mind tries to hold on to a tiny thread a needle is plucked inside last piece of my heart trying to make it whole again You’re the tiny thread that fails to heal the last crack on… Continue Reading →

The Sky And Me – Poem

The Sky and Me are crying together Every time I close my eyes I see what I don’t want to my mind recalls me of something which I shouldn’t have seen You always felt like me in some ways and… Continue Reading →

An Outsider – Poem

An outsider. That’s what it feels like to read somethingthat doesn’t bleed my eyes outfrom a well known poetwho complains how teens degraded the artand made a platform toxic Sometimes the words feel heavierthan weights of the demons people carryin… Continue Reading →

Run Away – Poem

I envy people who can run away like running away from their own thoughts, people and sometimes even from themselves The true self. Then they play the game called pretending it’s simple, just believe that you’re running towards your home… Continue Reading →

Blue Sky and Flying Clouds

Empty roads blue sky and the flying clouds is all I crave for Ps: I clicked this a day before Lockdown while I was on the way back home from college. To See More Pictures From Wordless Wednesdays – Click… Continue Reading →

Stop Romanticizing Pain – It’s TOXIC

Today I feel so overwhelmed by pain. Not that I’m experiencing any kind of pain. It’s actually the result of consuming content about pain. And it’s too much. We all have read poetry/heard songs/watched movies about pain. Even though they… Continue Reading →

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