The usual stirrings of forests. Boy, they are weakened, but they haven’t lost their grit, eh. Regular winds and swirling clouds. Sunshine creeping over my edge. Today’s aurorae were bluish- sort of… you can never tell. Peoples are crawling all over the place as usual, giving me the regular itches. Sigh, that species is going… Continue reading What on Earth.
He reclines in a corner To watch us rise and fall And win those rat races And be rats, after all. He nods at every opening, Looks up at every end. He neither plots and schemes, Nor shoulders like a friend. He watches love a-blooming And wilting in the summer, Withstanding tempests booming And seeking… Continue reading The Mute Witness
Those beads once strung so close, now lie strewn on the floor.The anklet that once tinkled now tinkles no more.As satin rolls her softness, the folds go to sleep.The jumping beads though muffled, hide their echoes deep. Beyond, the stars have come out, waiting for a glanceOf festive fervour blooming amidst wine and dance.While passions… Continue reading Aftermath
Familiar chords hit my ears and float eerily down my spine shooting spurts of smiles, followed by a vocal mosaic of giggles, hums, and half completed lyrics. It is a sweet song, lively, with a hint of fresh tulsi and Rabindra Sangeet, and it still makes me smile as it did a few months ago,… Continue reading The Melodies of Reminiscence