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Priyal Rajan Thakur

Lilies:

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 93 | Likes: 0

When they wave at me from the gardens & fields, I look at them, with glistening eyes feeling healed, He knew if I grew grumpy, gloomy I wanted them in our house, Lilies sitting on my dinner table in an ancient vase. That spring he forgot my birthday and slept, I broke glassware, threw away the   Read More...

Published on May 27,2020 08:40 PM

Autobiography Of A Bibliophile

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 106 | Likes: 0

150 pages or less,  Or more,  Let me drive to a mystical world.  Where I am in my true colour,  Racing the hour,  By the lines, I have read  To the alleys, I have visited,  To the places, I have been,  Where the sun refuses to go down,  And the night,&nbs  Read More...

Published on May 27,2020 08:34 PM

THE MAIDEN

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Thriller | Reads: 202 | Likes: 2

4th October 1943 Berlin, Germany Darling David, It has been 26 weeks since I have not seen you standing in front of my porch with your old red Mustang, all dressed up in the US Military uniform. I remember you peeking through my window, through Nana’s old grey curtains to just take a look. I   Read More...

Published on May 24,2020 07:36 PM

KNOW ME

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 99 | Likes: 0

You know me as your Friend,  Living across the corridor,  who is awake till four, wears a lot of colours,  has humour,  laughs and smiles brightly,  listens and understands,  Cheers up.  You know me as a Writer,  reading Mockingbird,  Holding The Alchemi  Read More...

Published on Apr 14,2020 01:50 PM

LADY PORTRAIT

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 93 | Likes: 0

Thousand years ago, a picture talked. Frantically observing the passers by, She made judgements, and spoke Her thoughts Gawky eyes scared the people, And held together, the quirky mass. Diligent enough, were her remarks, Showing the mirror to every person, Who passed. She lost her mind, When wars   Read More...

Published on Apr 14,2020 01:48 PM

PROSE

By Priyal Rajan Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 103 | Likes: 0

I used to rant by the stairs about your glory to my maidens in distress.  They felt their hearts ache for such adoration and rolled their eyes.  I felt a slight pride drive whenever someone mentioned our name together.  I sang songs like a lullaby to adhere my unforgiving admiration,   Read More...

Published on Apr 14,2020 01:45 PM

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