To know what’s a haiku click here Haiku #4   Dejected, I walk towards dusk The temple bells chime to call me I embrace spiritual bliss     To read the previous haiku click here To read my previous poem click here  Previous article – Busy: An ointment for the broken P.S: If you are a new visitor, please read other posts on this… Read More


I am tired of climbing these stairs, can I pause to look at them? I seem to be going no further anyway, as if trapped in a painting I think and think of escaping, perhaps it’s all in vain I stand and stare at the red carpet, clasping the ancient wood, I gasp for air,… Read More


It was Friday evening when my friend asked me whether I was interested to go on a trek to Manali, during the short span of holidays. Adrenaline rush is something irresistible. I agreed to go on a Hampta Pass Trek of 14,100ft altitude in the Himalayas which seemed like a piece of cake at that… Read More


#sonnet1   I found an arrow I held it in my hand trying hard to peruse I never thought it would ever be my muse It had a twisted steel head, vanes were coal black like the words I can never take back Its tip was poisoned with sorrow I was lost I shot that… Read More


There are many who envy a free soul Opinions never drag you down For you never cared of the ill they speak You might as well be a clown Let them think you are weak For you pleasure their smile and they – your frown That smirk, ridicule never bothered you anyway You are a… Read More


It pains my heart to realise that it’s fallen apart, The magnificent castle for the first king It had a fortress and merry rose bushes Now it stands there- bleak, desolately still The dilapidated stone walls and archways, give me eerie chills In the olden times, Showers of flowers all around it had! Men came to… Read More


It’s story time.. 2/2/2017:Till yesterday I was this person who had given up all hope in life. I found out I couldn’t marry the love of my life because my music is not a success. I had no fixed income. Her father was right. Who would let their daughter marry a failure like me? I… Read More


Old Jack is familiar to you. He has a pile of work due. He thought of shaving his beard once, “Nah!First let it grow in metric tons.” He thinks he has a lot of time, “Procrastinate everything that’s prime.” He has a list of debts to pay, “I like no work, all play.” He has… Read More