An Invitation

Summer, 2012


When you enter my flat

And wipe you feet on the mat

She will welcome you with a smile

And you will forget your journey of all the mile.

She holds my childhood and boyhood

She is my hiding place if I need a hood

From the chore and melancholy of life daily–

A warmth she carry, a tenderness she carry

And it will get spread on you

when you visit my flat…will you?

Newest Members, Book Fair 2017


A Photo Session, February 2017

National Poetry Writing Month Day#25: A Poem on Emotional Relationship that People have with Particular Kinds of Spaces

I’m not a good photographer so apology for the images being not so good. The featured image is from April 2017 (taken a few days back for the World’s Book Day).



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