Whispers of the Walls

Don’t you just hate it when a proverb is replete with lies?

It sounds so ludicrous and far from wise.

Like, walls can have more than just ears okay?

Read on further, you’ll get what I mean to say.

 

I was a young man when I had acquired

A … Continue Reading

Goodbye

When the rain stopped, and the world was perfectly quiet
That was when we parted.
You smelt like sunshine and wild grass
And I couldn’t stop breathing you in.
I locked all the doors and shut down the windows
Of our invisible home between crossroads.
Nobody was allowed to leave, … Continue Reading

The Evil Queen

I’d start with
“Once Upon A Time”
But my story unlike hers
Isn’t a fairytale.
No, my lips weren’t
As red as a rose,
Instead, they were tainted purple
Bruised and battered
Like battle scars.
And no my hair wasn’t
As black as ebony
But it was blonde,
“The color … Continue Reading

Tender Love

Passing the test of time and eras,
Are the stories of men and women in love
Why then is it said to be as tender as a feather that can be broken easily by just a little bit of force?
Is there strength in the tenderness of love?
Is there Continue Reading

Panchatatva: The Song of Nature

i) (FIRE) Of warm soot that sets the bed of your passing, of the celerity of your crackling stride — of your sauntering footsteps synchronised with every heartbeat you touch. The crimson that melts into the orange, the caress that sets ablaze an entire kingdom; I call for thee in Continue Reading

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