Skipping along the patio of a nature park was a little Azula with her blue balloon. A prize she had won from a game at her best friend’s birthday party. She was so pleased to Read more…

I love you, middle baby, You’re just like me Easily distracted And clumsy like me You lose your stuff And wonder where it’s at Looking for it, you find mustard instead Squirrel, oh shiny, or Read more…

Jimmy doesn’t swim in the river Mummy doesn’t like life that way He’s waiting for the next big rainfall Fighting time and yearning to play Jimmy’s never seen a new sunrise He lives in the Read more…

When we think, “Wow! I am good with everything that is happening right now”, there’s a possibility of us getting hit by the biggest truck in most cases. In my case, life never fails to Read more…

Mom

Being so far though, You’re here, somehow, I miss you, And want you now. Miles away, Why so far? You get to be here, Because I feel like a lonely star.

The sun seems to rise earlier now, And the nights they run late. I can’t remember a time, I was more tired than today. Oh but it’s worth it, Every second, it’s true. There isn’t Read more…

This poem is first in the anthology of the poems based on the Social Evils. This poem is based on the social evil of Child marriage where a young child (usually a girl below the Read more…

I sit here sipping tea as I watch people. I love doing that. It fascinates me, the versatility of human behavior. Children’s laughter distracts me, they are running around, playing carelessly. One of them trips Read more…

Why do we have pets? People treat them like children Ones they might have had

The story of Charles Darwin and the Beagle has been well documented. There have been books, documentaries, films and even a set of collector cards which, while never being a big seller, have ardent followers Read more…

Do not stunt the growth of the innocents, let them express their sentiments Let them explore for themselves their own competence and strengths Let them make mistakes deal their own heartbreaks In knowing their weakness Read more…

Icker was in third grade. That would’ve made him either seven or eight, depending on which month of the year this happened. Probably eight because it seems like winter. No snow yet, but bare trees Read more…

Grief is a funny thing. I don’t think I’ve really experienced it before. I’ve never felt so fragile and shaky. Just talking to people increases my anxiety and makes me shake. Also, I’ve never slept Read more…

She stood trembling in the rain. Her child in her arms as she took shelter under the measly roof pressing against the wall. From the corner of her eyes, she could see her husband in Read more…

Crystals of glass shimmer like a stemmed globe in the sun. Only classy people drink wine. A sweet sting on my tongue, the cold air ripping through pulpy cotton. Like the sharp lingering smell of Read more…

See a child running On fire to trample the earth Holding nothing back

Age

Age yips at me like a dog but my mind is a child’s — roaming in a field of peonies and sucking in the sweet scent of life.

In the desert of Thar On a trip so memorable Sitting on the burning sand I saw a camel. His eyes blinking monotously With constant gaps in between As the ship of desert cried Cried Read more…

व्यापक पल्स पोलियो उन्मूलन अभियान-2018 के प्रथम चरण के अंतर्गत रविवार को कुल्लू जिला में स्वास्थ्य विभाग द्वारा स्थापित लगभग 400 बूथों पर पांच वर्ष तक की आयु के हजारों बच्चों को पल्स पोलियो की Read more…

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My dentist once told me that letting go is like pulling a tooth. When it is pulled out, you’re relieved. But how many times does your tongue run itself over the spot where the tooth Read more…

इन्तज़ार है मुझे उस दिन का जिस दिन मेरा देश आज़ाद हो जाएगा अंग्रेज़ गये थे छोड़ कर जब उस दिन मेरा देश आज़ाद कहलाया था लेकिन मुझे इन्तज़ार है उस दिन का जिस दिन Read more…

आज उन वीरों को याद करो उन देशभक्तों की पुकार सुनो शौर्य को अपने तुम जगाओ भारत को अपने तुम सजाओ रक्शक बनकर इस आज़ादी के अपने देश के गौरव को तुम बढाओ राष्ट्रगीत गाओ Read more…