That Morning…

Running around the house in my trousers and vest, Searching every corner, underneath and roofs of almirah and all. Ma questioned on my searching, but, I’ve no time to reply her. I shouted at her. My cell phone sings up an old Bollywood song in her voice. It’s she. I didn’t receive the call and…

Catharsis (Kyrielle Sonnet)

Thoughts, poet have at this moment, calling Mind white, document blank, cursor blinking Cigarette smoke everywhere, words laughing Silence conquered, poet starts typing. Thoughts are erratic and poet headstrong Paused in interim but not for long,– Words shuffle in mind, every minute changing. Silence conquered, poet starts typing. Thoughts becoming still every each bit As words, portraying them,…

Neem, My Neighbor

  It’s a real beauty to see my neighbor decorated in all new green in the young yellow light. She danced her hands composing a susurration, though, inaudible by feature, but, close eyes and a deep breath made audible the pale soft rhythm, (the breeze was the messenger). A couple of crows who has built their…

The “Blue” Enigma

National Poem Write Month 4th Day Prompt is Enigma. Blue doesn’t denote color; it means a lot. So, a poem on the word “Blue”. Nature loves blue. Sky its confederate,  safe holding secrets (cloud, stars, moon, sun, etcetera).  Nature loves blue.  River, sea, melted glaciers, etcetera are her muse,  her admirer.  Nature loves blue.  Not the…

The Blue Marooned Enchantress (Prose Poem)

The day was hot. Though, by the calendar, Summer not due now; it’s few days left to bid Spring. The eve is, thus, cold comparatively with a mad wind scrambling my hair, her hair. For long we’re stealing the glance at each other. We don’t know each other, obviously. I stood up, I need a cigarette. I search…