Passengers of Fate #OctPoWriMo Day 24

We all are star-crossed passengers Of the train of fate Tied to our seats Staring out stone-eyed Waiting for the landscape to change..         Written for OctPoWriMo 2018. Kindly visit my post Warriors Invited To Raise Mental Health Awareness where I am inviting Mental Health Warriors to submit their blog’s address so... Continue Reading →

Doing my best..

LIFE: hey! It's me. I suck but i am the only truth the rest is illusion..a can't escape me. Don't even try! IMAGINATION: Come here sweetheart..everything's going to be ok. I m here. i will keep you in balance.. DREAMS: Don't you dare give up on me. You wont be able to go far... Continue Reading →

Fragments of One Huge Lie

Watch And you will see The birds flying In the magnificent skies Circle within The unmarked boundaries Feel the ocean Wrapped around you When you go for the next swim Let it seep To your bones And don’t be surprised By the nature’s demarcations The layers Of different waters Now look around At the people... Continue Reading →

Brainless Barbarism!

The hungry Soil longs to embrace infant seed in her protective arms. Shields him from the harsh winds of time so that he can grow up and have a family of his own Nurtures him tenderly in her womb And what do we do?? We snatch her grown up kids Rob her of her kin Leave... Continue Reading →


Worries are evil sluggish vultures Sitting on your gut Pecking you Nibbling your flesh Savoring you…   While you stare at the gory image In horror In despair Powerless…   Waiting for the merciless creature to consume you to the bone…   When you could shoo it away Topple it in one blow Only if... Continue Reading →

Don’t Pluck Them!

You look at a field and a flower catches your fancy. You admire and adore it for its elegance. But you don’t see constant flow of nourishment it’s getting from its soil and atmosphere that’s keeping it alive. When you Pluck it, it might stay put for a few hours in your hand. Or when you... Continue Reading →

Animal Farm- George Orwell

I finished reading "Animal Farm" by George Orwell last night. It took me 3 days… yes… this thin 112- page novella took me 3 days to finish not because I am a slow reader, but because I couldn’t help relating every word to the world we live in today and the way it has been... Continue Reading →

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