Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Poetry

The North Star – Sanjhee Gianchandani, New Delhi

O North Star, wherefore art thou?Behind the clouds of despair orhung above the thick, murky air?To whom should I look upon for directionwhere should...

A Suicide Note in Crayons – Arsha Bijer, Kerala

Dear Pappa, Today I turned nine! It was a colourful Birthday. The cake was too yummy , And I liked the crayons you...

Safai Karamchari – Utsav Kaushik, Delhi

What can values do in this stinky pile of shit, Memories don’t last here a second, This incessant smell as it hits our...

A hectic Journey – Sudip Sen Gupta, West Bengal

I would like to share one of my memorable experience with all of you. This was back when I had just completed my schooling days. Our...

Gratitude – Ramlal Agarwal, Jalna

He Sat in a high chair I stood piteously begging a favour He frowned but Gave me a job Suffused with gratitude I...

Suicide – Sivaprasad V., Kerala

An act of cowardice when a loser does Disgrace to kins it brings He does have the right to live but the right...

My Vulnerable Self – Yatin Arora

Hiding the hurt, hiding the pain, Hiding the tears that fall like rain. Saying I'm fine when I'm anything but. This ache in...

Only they are mine – My Parents – Sahaj Sabharwal, Jammu and Kashmir

When everyone is there, concerned with their own lives, Only they are here with me, Not concerned about themselves, But with my life...

What is the fuss about God knows – Akshaya Pawaskar, Goa

I often wonder if they hear me right, on the days when I am moved enough, to exclaim ‘Oh my God’...

The Old Magician – Binuraj R S, Kerala

Old Michael was a magician. He wandered through the villages, Performing magic for children. He loved them with all his heart, He never charged...

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