Life : Rather Messed than Being Blessed

4+ – By Arpita Singh Although life seems to be a transparent revelation And death appears to be an eternal mystery: Life is such a baffling probability, While death a straight-laced certainty. When a day starts with happiness, it ends with agony; When a day starts with tears, it ends with laughter. The troubles never Read more about Life : Rather Messed than Being Blessed[…]

The Funeral Pyre

5+ – By Rishi Raj With blink of an eye, a generation passes away To far away hinterland into the oblivion Leaving behind a handful of memories To be cherished forever in spirit. Spirit is all that’s left bereft of physical form Giving us blessings from the heaven above Telling do not despair, my child, Read more about The Funeral Pyre[…]

Madly in Love till Her Last Breath

2+ -By Rounik Raj A world far beyond – Deep, dark and all alone. She craved, grieved, gasped And looked for hope, But there were no stars to look upon; She cursed her fate for all this chaos. Her heart was being crushed by the thoughts she spawned. His memories were too strong to be Read more about Madly in Love till Her Last Breath[…]

Spare a thought for the terminally ill

6+ – By¬†Sitharaam Jayakumar Spare a thought! Spare a thought! For those of us who have not got a lot of days and nights left to live, but who still have a lot to give. Riding in the valley of death, Days and nights shrouded by a cold breath That slowly sap a man’s strength Read more about Spare a thought for the terminally ill[…]

The Ultimate Leveller

6+ – By Sitharaam Jayakumar I was riding in the valley of death Mounted on a shining black stallion; Trying to shake off my relentless pursuer Who was reaching out for me like a steel trap. Oh! He chases me relentlessly: Up steep hills and down deep valleys. He will not slacken his speed Till Read more about The Ultimate Leveller[…]

Death: An Alleviation

39+ -By Arpita Singh He slapped me for one last time; No sooner did the pain engulf me, than it evaded out. Darkness encompassed my senses, My body fell to the ground with a shudder; I could see the blood oozing out of my head, But not for long as my vision blurred. I felt Read more about Death: An Alleviation[…]

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