Monday, October 25, 2021

Poetry

Che – Premji

Premji Smile fire, Soul storm, The most Handsome man Lived on earth! Lived for, Sacrificed self For us... The have-nots... But, They label him On new beverages... New cigars... Caps and clothes He is a brand... Sad, A great warrior, Getting killed By...

Rainbow Bridge – Vanita Thakkar

Vanita Thakkar A cluster of grey, water-ladden Clouds came drifting Along with the somewhat strong wind, Hid the Sun And sent down showers Of unexpected raindrops beneath On the cold, gently...

Toughsters – Dr.Mary Annie A.V.

Dr. Mary Annie A.V. I see them around Smiling tough youngsters everywhere. The bold, the bald The long haired, the shoddy the belligerent At  times , the  slick. At the library The canteen the coffee...

Rejoice – Giridhar Murali

Giridhar Murali As a gentle breeze ruffled through my hair, my thoughts roamed wide and far; Though many years have passed since, as if it was only yesterday...

My Life – Sandhya S.N, Kerala

My life an unstable restive pendulum With irregular unmanageable pro-lapse I hung on its hand Grouse, sob, whine and sometimes smile whatsoever My heart rumbles as a roaring sea Its tides...

A Dreaming Rock – Sasidharan Cheruvattath, Kerala

Sasidharan Cheruvattath A midnight dream of a post meridian sun upon a redundant shore, of lurking iconoclasts, behind introspective rocks ruminating to set free the incarcerated icons, waiting for the idolaters. Voiceless, in the...

Rhyming Rain – Thara D’Souza , Kerala

 Thara D' Souza Spattering and sputtering sprinkling the trees Pattering and pattering splattering the sheathes Shattering and scattering splashing the panes Rain like grains drains my strain. Slanting and...

Hopes – K.E. Thampi, Kerala

Every wave in my emotion Have covered every wave in our ocean  see their search of misery and pain and worst get better to win when hopes come...

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