There’s something being cooked, There’s something in brewing. Throwing away the torn, There’s no more to sewing. It’s time to step out, The wind’s fast sweeping. The wound’s drying up, There’s no more to healing. The eyes all done dripping, To the clouds delegating. The summer’s passing by, The monsoon in the making. … Continue reading Resurrection
On a dark cloudless night, I saw a tiny little star, Twinkling shiny and bright, From its peers above par. I stood like a timid kid, And dreamt if it I could touch, Twirling my fingers roundabout, To mock its grab as such. I wished I had the wings, To fly up in the sky,… Continue reading The distant star
Life goes on… Through gloom and mourn. Life goes on… Through prick and thorn. Life goes on… Through satire and scorn. Life goes on… Through ripped and torn. Life goes on… Through retreat and adjourn. Life goes on… Through washed and worn. Life goes on… Through rejection and forlorn. Never get bound to the… Continue reading Life goes on…
Though the wind that blew was strong, The sun was set and the journey was long, Yet my lips never gave up that song, O dear come along, come along. You have been away, many a furlong, I forgo the pain, never making a moan, And I am still smiling, seeking you along, For I… Continue reading O dear come along!!!
With a hope in my heart, I walk that road again, That I would find my love, Somewhere down the lane. Hitting the pebbles with my feet, And watch them turn and roll in rain, To hope I would find my love for sure, Somewhere down that drenched lane. The street might fill with leaves… Continue reading Somewhere down the lane
One fine night I saw a dream That became my dream one day Every night henceforth I saw the dream, Of the dream that took my nights away. Last night too I saw a dream I must tell my dream came true Not the dream itself of the last night But in the dream I… Continue reading A dream about a dream…
For the fate I bartered, The heaven’s glory and joy, That broke of my dream, Like a worthless wooden toy. Like a bull beneath the earth, This burden I bore, But I confess to myself, That I shall regret no more. Now I won’t be static, And move on and on, For there’s nothing to… Continue reading My Confession