Broken armour!

Like a spring she launched! With all the pressure we confined her... She conserved those and with the thrust she moved way above what we imagined! With the broken armour which we attacked on... She learnt to fight the worse! Now she is invincible... Try breaking her! With all the charge she thunders! The same … Continue reading Broken armour!

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Leap!

She was pressed within the creases of life, She was sewn into the fabric of the society, She was driven into deep lies, She was lied on the truth of her existence! She was broken, she was tied, she was helpless, she was right! She then jumped- on what burdened, she then crossed- on all … Continue reading Leap!

The Element

Meticulously woven senses resides in the prosperous, Revisits the opulent side of it, Where the lack refuses the jouissance, That element! The appetence for the grail beyond avarice, Blinds the avidity proliferating within, Where the sanity hankers for that burgeoning passion, Invites that element! Purpose of thy entity is to ferret about for that element, … Continue reading The Element

Washed sands

Cool winds gushing past, Stroking strands of hair, Massaging the face, Peaceful and serene waves wash through the legs.   Footprints i leave as every step I move ahead, Wet sand imprints my footstep, Waves of beauty wash it along and When I turn back I see a new trail of that sand… As if … Continue reading Washed sands

Imagine

Imagine there’s no border Its easy if you think, Nothing to divide and rule for, And no such news which makes you sink, Imagine all the people dying to let us live!   Imagine there’s no money Its easy to live if you try, Nothing to bridge gaps between people, And tears that all share … Continue reading Imagine

Black bird

Dead that night could be, breathing on the blackbird’s notes, as she sang… reciting the song she wrote!!   Crackling fires and a river flowing a side, winds that gave shivers and a tree on which the black bird cried!!   Wanting you to fly with her, amidst that dark screaming dead night, she felt … Continue reading Black bird