हम यूं ही तो ना मिले होंगे.....
By pranita meshram in Poetry | Reads: 563 | Likes: 0
            कहते हैं खुदा उनसे ही मिलाता है              जो किस्मत में लिखे होंगे ,    &nb  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:34 PM
A Quite but Meaningfull time
By neha jaiswal in Poetry | Reads: 439 | Likes: 1
This period (Quarantine) could be as beautiful as you ever imagined like from taking your bed tea to helping your loving ones in the kitchen, it can be from giving breakfast to sharing the most loving moments of your life with your family. This is the time where you can really be close to your home   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:47 PM
Find The Archaic Box
By Tanya Sharon Francis in Poetry | Reads: 430 | Likes: 1
Oh look how the world has paused... To allow you to be within your own space, To dance a little to the symphonies of your heart, To tidy up and find the archaic box unraveling the forgotten past, To slosh some wine as you roll the dice, To cook those recipes you haven't tried, To know your family be  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:50 PM
My Saviours
By Suresh Kodoor in Poetry | Reads: 231 | Likes: 0
They killed my father, and They said they came to save me.   They killed my brothers, uncles and clan Still they said they came to save me.   They robbed my mother of her pride Still they said they came to save me.   They stripped my kids of their dreams Still they said the  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:56 PM
My existence
By Baishali Sonowal in Poetry | Reads: 261 | Likes: 0
I opened my eyes, yes I did, I opened my eyes, and besides me she stood. She looked at me and smiled, I widened my lips, to offer a smile. A minute smile, that ended into tears. And yes, I could feel my existence here. She hold me in her arms, and kissed my forehead. And that was something, that hap  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 02:08 PM
By Kavitha Arjun in Poetry | Reads: 463 | Likes: 0
On Top of the Tower! Delightful Spring just passed by!      Those colorful flowers of mine fell off dried!             Birds that I used to feed sat by my window and cried!   I haven’t seen them at all,   I a  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:39 PM
You feel like home
By Dhanya Panicker in Poetry | Reads: 194 | Likes: 0
You feel like home to me, more and more each day. The home that I can rely on, to keep me safe and out of harm's way. You feel like home to me, a seemingly familiar yet exciting array; the more I stay the more I learn of your mysterious, endearing ways. - Dhanya Panicker  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:39 PM
Never too late
By Meenakshi Dawer in Poetry | Reads: 189 | Likes: 0
It’s never too late  To bring the change  It’s never too late  To breathe thy fame Drops of rain  Falling on the face Drowns the tears  And hides all fears Path of Life is full of thorns At the end there is a light form Roses may not be a part throughout   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:41 PM
I’m the Black
By Giridhar Alwar in Poetry | Reads: 461 | Likes: 1
When the longest days tests your patience, and The shortest nights give you deep sleep. When the longest path finishes in no time, and The shortest holds you at the beginning. When the longer life gives you no joy, and the shortest death can make you feel complete. When the people stood the long  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:50 PM
By Nina Agarwal in Poetry | Reads: 317 | Likes: 1
The bustling city never sleeps  Too tired to see that my heart weeps I struggle on towards my fate  The steering wheel never quite straight  I have changed the schedule in my mind  My days are happy;night unkind  My smile inert;just for the world  No tears to show - ye  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:52 PM
The Rising Sun
By Prathyusha Deepak in Poetry | Reads: 297 | Likes: 0
This poem is from the point of view of a young girl who, during the quarantine period, discovers the power of love and togetherness. Sipping my morning coffee, I sit in absolute silence, My ears twitch for sounds, unwilling to indulge in compliance-With the fatal blow that hushed- even the loudest o  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:58 PM
A Song to keep us warm
By Kaushik Raghunathan in Poetry | Reads: 1,604 | Likes: 5
Our star is destined by it's mass to become a white dwarf from which state it slowly loses more of its energy and becomes a black dwarf. A black dwarf's last vestiges of heat emits only as much light as the embers of fire one makes from gathered woods do. So when I watch a sunset, I am visited by a   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 02:01 PM
This Too Shall Pass
By Amit Bagaria in Poetry | Reads: 270 | Likes: 0
In thousands, first the Chinese were dying Very soon, many more Italians were dying In Spain and Iran too, thousands were crying As many of their loved ones were also dying   At home in India, millions of people were partying Many of them were even mocking and laughing Happens only to them not   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 02:12 PM
खुदा और पापा
By Rabiyath Nashween in Poetry | Reads: 320 | Likes: 1
बचोंके हर सपने को पापा अपना मान्के पूरा करते हे। खुदा तोह हम सबके पापा हें, वे हर इन्सान के सपने को पूरा करते है । खुद  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 02:24 PM
By Rabiyath Nashween in Poetry | Reads: 368 | Likes: 2
The sin rape, It's very cheap. Thus, the rapist escape, through covering cap.  The society criticize women, For being victim. While the victor, are still independent . Women has  no security at her home. Then, how can  she fly her own? Only with a cultered women, the society will n  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 02:46 PM