I saw you, the other day, in the mall, while crossing the street, while talking to a friend, while walking in the park, while driving to a distance, while drinking my coffee, while reading my Read more…

At last, she was alone in the bathroom floor. Everything was falling apart and her skin was glowing so bright. She did what was best and let the fire out of her. She did what Read more…

You will not understand this world until the day you lay in bed next to your love and you realize you are dying. You turn to look at her. You just want to say how Read more…

I trusted the one, not cared much, lost and regretted, a pity it’s such. She always kept me, from head over heel, in the fatherland; but never let me feel. I got a fissure, in 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.

Tomorrow I may not see you smiling at me, Tucking hair behind your ears. I may never feel your presence when the perfume fades away, And the spark dies before setting a fire. Tomorrow I Read more…

First, I focus on my breathing. I breathe to the sound of the rain beating down around me. In and out. In and out. I close my eyes and put my head against the wall of my Read more…

A sweet embrace An angel’s touch A man spoke words And all that dwelt in the world trembled God no more speaks through man Than man speaks through god The warm kiss of the mother Read more…

People say that ”sorry” gives ease to pain. But a ”guilt free” sorry injects more sorrow, where the words reflect guilt but not the actions. And here the time doesn’t work as a healer rather Read more…

Take me away to a place when life was simple… Take me away to a time when love was true… Take me away to a place when honesty was a virtue… Take me away to Read more…

The prison in which I am a prisoner, is not of iron bars. Its my emotions and feelings that kept me captive there. Your memory is a sadist, who inflicts pain in heart. A guilt free Read more…

Some of us have assholes for grandmas. Manipulative, cruel, cowardly. Mean-ass little, old lady. Ha. Lady. About the farthest thing from. Perhaps she used to be. I can never know. Now all that’s left is Read more…

With a broken voice, Sounds of her weeping guitar She darts like a humming bird Among falling branches Will she be free? From the violent hands Dad is a drunk and I hide in the Read more…

The stains of black ink on a white spread The bold lines and racing hearts The curves, Her hair flows like a fountain, Of dark strands onto her delicate skin The green grapes, Her ruby Read more…

Without my pain, I’d be living life in the slow lane Pretending I’m happy, living life in misery Condescension thrown around “some of us have bills to pay” My bad, I forgot, all my shit Read more…

She doesn’t see the city anymore All she’s see are dark corners Empty Faces Hollow hearts She wishes for the days when ’ignorance was bliss’ When she thought she was just like everyone else! That Read more…

Her eyes reflect the ocean of stars. Her mind traveled with speed of light through galaxies. Judged by others as clueless insecure, shy, lost because of her imagination. She didn’t care they didn’t know why. Read more…

On Monday, I was woken up by a very ecstatic dream around 3am that I was still in class listening to people sharing stories, jokes and imparting words of wisdom. Everything was so colorful. I Read more…

So Bapu used to say that if someone comes up to you and gives you a tight slap on one of your chubby cheeks don’t get angry, just smile and offer him the other cheek Read more…

There is this village not far away where women work and chime all day. They sing in fear, they sing in joy and they sing in hunger and in peace. They sing while they fill Read more…

Inhale. Exhale. Listen. Think. Speak, With a little less profanity. Smile when you have to. Respire. Care. Love. Give no shit when required. Drink Tea, Or Coffee. Live.

We start young, Insecure, Inexperienced, Clueless about the world. As we grow, We experience pain, Loss, Sadness, Anger, Happiness, yet We are still clueless about the world. We pretend we know, We’re adults now, Responsible Read more…

do you have some image who, where, what, how, why you should be, or not be? tempting to look in the mirror looking for tweaks and angles answers, even for a little while so much Read more…

How foolish was I To allow my demons to decide The fate of our love, darling For in your eyes I found salvation In your lips I found meaning In your gaze I found my Read more…

I’m suffocating from the negative things that are happening around me. I’m afraid that I will be sucked into a void if I let the darkness consume me. I can’t see the light. It drives Read more…

I want to share this painful story that I printed and put on my collections way back in 2007. Regret is a feeling that we carry with ourselves to our graves. It is an intense Read more…

Your words come out with fragrance A beckoning incense, a trap You move in superb refinement With deceiving affection, an alluring act. At no forbearance, I’ve fallen Failing fortitude, in trance. Your eyes agleam As Read more…

The best part about pain Is the transformative power it possesses It can nurture the soul if transmuted Guided by intuition and forgiveness Pain can become our greatest ally So feel it Embrace it Acknowledge Read more…

Have you ever felt uncertain in your life? That feeling when you are so sure of everything, and then suddenly one day you don’t know what you feel and every thing becomes vague? It was Read more…

Tasting the better sweet fruits of fools crying over the gravity of life’s pain, naively self-inflicted while seeking the riches in the forbidden gains. Reality becomes the task masters whip! That snap! Before the crack! Read more…

On the shore of calmness, Few feet away from the forest of chaos, Looking up for a drop of hope, I have my mind where the heart is, But the heart doesn’t know what my Read more…

There are demons in my head telling me, That I am just a drop in the rain to be lost in the sea, I am part of a generation which fights for its own identity, Read more…