Pain –


They come in waves,

These pangs of pain,

Drenching the heart in





Making it –


The Soul becomes


Debilitated and





Being Brave…

This goes out to someone really special.

“Did you ever climb the mountain,
Weary, sore-foot and afraid
You would never reach the fountain
On the summit in the shade?
Then a sudden glint of glory
Seemed to flash before your eyes,
And the sequel to the story–
‘Twas a blessing in disguise.” – The Harvest, Jack Crawford.

You cannot see it everywhere,

For its as rare as diamond, indeed.

For sure,

Those who possess it,

Know its real worth.

An asset of one’s Self

Which makes them all the more


Surprising it is, though,

To see those with this facet

Knowing not how much they inspire

Those around them.

This poem I wish

Conveys in all its brevity,

The beauty of your heart and soul.


“Everybody’s youth is a dream, a form of chemical madness” – F.Scott Fitzgerald

Looking at this reflection in mirror,

One may grow to think

‘Sweet are the uses of adversity’

Or, one may as well just grow to think

Of youth as merely just a madness.

Knowing that this is all just very transient,

The eyes sparkle still with joy indeed…

For I wish to cease this moment

By expressing it in the most fancy way,

In the most poetical way.


Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation

“The pursuit, even of the best things, ought to be calm and tranquil” – Marcus Tullius Cicero

Let yourself be Love

In the ecstasy of this

Hearts world

In all its grief and joy

In all its silence.

Then dance,

Dance in the Silence of this soul

Indeed there is nothing more precious than this

In it you will find solace,

An escape from this chaotic world.

RIP Doris Lessing…

The famous writer Doris Lessing who wrote the famous short story ‘The Report On the Threatened City’, passed away on the 17th November. Her quote, “Words. Words. I play with words, hoping that some combination, even a chance combination, will say what I want,” expresses the very way even words sometimes are not enough to express our emotions. Thank You Doris Lessing for all the inspiration…