Post #8

So, I missed a day. I am not very happy about it. In my defense, this time it was not my procrastination that was the reason. Yesterday was a busy day and I completely forgot about posting something on the blog. I had a topic to write on and I was actually looking forward to … Continue reading Post #8

Samosa

I. He, She and Dog He sat alone on the park bench. He seemed worried. He worried that his mother worried. He was going to turn forty in a month and he hadn't found a partner for himself. But he wasnt too worried. He would have been if he thought about things. But he wasn't much of … Continue reading Samosa

The Mask

Unseen Beneath your mask Is another face Holding dark thoughts And pride. A fleeting display Of what lies Underneath a cheerful smile Has left me Shaken. An image destroyed Feelings hurt How do I unsee Your mask?

YOU LEFT TOO SOON

This poem was written as part of a writing challenge based on a prompt. They gather in blackIn plentyYour burial, soon.I stand besides a wooden boxWhere you lieExpressionless,Void of emotions,Stiff, just like meBut I breatheAnd you refuse to.You have left me aloneOn this planet with its evilsHow dare you?They murmur condolencesThat I fail to graspI clutch … Continue reading YOU LEFT TOO SOON

Nostalgia

I was six I needed a bedtime story every day. Stories of crows and sparrows Kings and queens Dynasties Right and wrong. I went to sleep My imagination running wild Dreaming of another world Another kingdom With wonder in my eyes. Will you read me a story tonight?

Two views

I. She always sat by the window. The view from there was good. She could see the street, the houses and the people. She loved watching the kids play. She smiled at them. No one smiled back. Yet she smiled, always. She took her place by the window well before the first rays of sunlight … Continue reading Two views