Tag:English Poems

Innocence – Parminder Singh, Chandigarh

These little feet would too run to match the pace of the crowd minting money, rather than running after the pug marks of a Pomeranian, or a rabbit. These little, mischievous...

Uttarakhand – Krashnakumar S. Dave, Gujarat

Split, scattered, scarce they are, the houses, the hotels, the temples… Alive, animated, throbbing, inhabited once they were, now ruined, destroyed, doomed . The injured, the lost, the...

Dispossession – Haimanti Dutta Ray, Kolkata

Had there been a parameter Whereby to scale the length and breadth Of a country, We’d have ascertained where our identities ended. Yet there are places – No Man’s...

Confessionalism in the Poetry of Kamala Das – Samarendra Kumar Nayak

In the Second half of the twentieth Century a group of American poets started writing on a highly subjective matter.  Expression of personality without...

Ethics: A way for the development of a Human Being – Hrishikesh Roy, West Bengal

The Renaissance in the Europe played a significant role in knowing the human being of the century. It is with the advent of the...

An old Kid- Vivek Sinha

It was almost five of evening. The crowd in the market was getting denser with the sun getting down. The sun had turned to an...

The Unnamed Bond – Prerna Pujari, Rajasthan

Aditi was walking after her dinner as per her daily schedule. She loved to walk until late. Her husband was not in the city...

The Little Girl – Shilpi Chakravarty, Delhi

She was conceived, with happiness in mind, but her family did not, turnout to be so kind. Seeing her the first time, the happiness of her mother did sublime, And...

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The Scavenger’s Song

An endless highway. A lone man, Ikbir Kaur, hesitantly walks along the dusty pavement aided by a mystical tinge of...

As a soothing sign

As a soothing signrivers flow unpollutedinto our hearts,we are locked,where are our friends,neighbours, relatives…they went to the world of...

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Submission Guidelines

Indian Ruminations (IR) is a digital content publishing platform...

The Scavenger’s Song

An endless highway. A lone man, Ikbir Kaur, hesitantly walks...