Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 103 | Likes: 0
We lived happily ever after, i woke up to this dream todaymy heart skipped a beat and tears left the corner of my eyenot wanting to lose you,i folded my hands silently praying to god asking you to stayIt's been months Since we drifted apartIt's been months since we had a chatTrying to remember your Read More...
Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 104 | Likes: 0
I love the nights..Not cause i like darkness,But cause i love it's silenceRunning amidst the crowd whole day,When i sit near my window looking at the skyIt doesn't bother me asking any whyRather it gives me my space to relive and rethinkMakes my mind calm with it's star blinkThe air feels fresh when Read More...
Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 95 | Likes: 0
Lives are scattered so are the dreams, things that mattered are gone down the streamslocked in walls, no one to hear even the loudest of the screamsGone are the days we roamed free, so the laughter of the kids playing under the treewith the silence of the roads being so errie, waiting with hope to e Read More...
Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Yet another usual day with sun kissing the earth with its warm passionate ray.Breeze of air went through the tree, as if it's the game they play.Kids were playing across the street enjoying the day.So was she, roaming with her friend with nothing particular to say.Suddenly she felt a thud in her hea Read More...
Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 112 | Likes: 0
She was scared seeing the happy faces around her,Being amidst the crowd, she felt lost trembling in terror.As if they were not laughing but mocking at her, Provoking her inner weakness to grow stronger..Whole life she struggled to perfect her act of smiling,But now she has to decide and stop th Read More...
Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 84 | Likes: 0
"Congratulations, you had a boy", said the nurse chirping in joyListening the words faces turned happy,So did his mother holding his toy...He was a clay pot waiting to burnUnknown to his future he waited for his turn.."Guys don't cry", said his fatherThe crying toddler was silenced,Only to feel the Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 01:33 AM
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