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Love Child of The Sun and Moon

They breathe in the same sky, and attract the same wind, Shine to the same world, and indulge in a common sin. Enlighten the audience, and wish them a new start, But play them for a fool, when the lights are awfully dim. They trade their glow for a fleeting lust, Create an illusion of … Continue reading

The Maiden and the Monster

She is an epitome of purity and grace, Enchanting is her beauty and the smile on her face. Believes to be be protected only during a certain age, But is unfamiliar to the masculine menace in every phase. To satiate his lust, he throws an ugly dice, With cruelty in his mind and dirt in … Continue reading

The Hellish Heaven

One lonely night, to kill the inner plight, I went to a place called ‘Bar’ and sat in dim lights. My first visit to the ‘De-hab’ left me amazed, To search a familiar face, around the place I gazed. The loners seemed lost, thoughtful and dull, The ones with company had their sadness quotient null. … Continue reading

Autobiography of a Female Foetus

In an unknown form, I am the destination of a journey called love, The day my seeds were sown, i was tender and delicate like a dove. My Creator was my Preserver and the Nurturer, in human form, An epitome of divinity, both caring and warm. She thought and dreamt about me for so many … Continue reading

A Moment of Realization

Seeing the setting sun as i walk past the river, Tall trees resting in front, in background, the reddish rays flicker. Birds moving back to their nest, adding a shade to the sky, It’s neither a canvas, nor a dream, but the soul beginning to fly. I look around and wonder, what is it that … Continue reading

To The Spirit of Rishikesh !

Lush green mountains and the Ganges so blue, Saffron clad men n the colourful you. Misty winters n pastal Spring, Summers are hot but plenty of rains they bring. Rafting and camping are so much fun, Visiting temples can give you a run. Tourists of all races ain’t no fool, Shacks n cafes are a … Continue reading