Friday, August 12, 2022

Poetry

Oh Grandson! I Forgive You – J.T Jayasingh

I am ninety one now, A rare member of a Generation past, On the verge of a welcome extinction, Perhaps your father Might have forgotten or At least couldn’t...

Cry of Humanity – Abha Goel, Delhi

Blood, despair, dismay, Terror shadowing the town, Everybody is silent, by some unknown eyes We are being eyed.. And deep inside the cucoomb, The hearts are crying... Step by step,...

Discovering myself – Christina Alex

It was a long lost vision, a dream, That flew away along with the stream. It seemed like the thing I’ve always wanted, The path to which...

Untouchable – Deepak Chaswal, Haryana

Don’t touch him, don’t touch him Don’t breathe the air, he is breathing Stay away from his shadow You may fall sick, Said an old man While coughing on...

That night – Bharat B. Trivedi

Bewitched I was– when you looked at me lovingly and your enchanting eyes glowed like earthen lamps to cast a spell on me, that night! Passion of your proximity set my...

She – Vivek S

She was a sweet angel She was innocent, childish and stubborn She had a lovely face with a cute smile She had wide grey eyes in which...

The Kasbah – Siddhartha Mohapatra

In a desolate night on a gravelly path My feet making noises as I traverse the silence And the still night tempting me with her charm Like...

The Quest – Anuraag Seshadri

I am on a quest, on a quest unknown They ask what I am searching for A question that makes me wonder For I have lost nothing,...

Reflections – Padmini Jain

Should I grieve the loss of that monthly income? Or bid adieu to the outlet of my creative gratification? Writing an obituary to my undertaking does not come easy...

My Island – Jan Oskar Hansen

The island has a river, behind the river a dark forest sings when the wind blows around the mountain. I once climbed up to its summit...

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