To know what’s a haiku click here Haiku #5 Lush grass, I walk barefooted, caressing the dewdrops speaks about my serenity Calmness is strange for a poet     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


A union of countless souls A rebellion against the wrong With the power of democratic polls With the hymns of a patriotic song Rises, My India With the colour of vibrant ghagras Encircling barren lands The bindi and the jhumkas And bangles in both hands Dances, My India From the fishing nets on salty waters… Read More


Friendship is a golden thread. Held tightly by two hands. No matter where you go in this world, the thread just extends and follows you, never breaks. Magical isn’t it? It just depends on the two hands, whether to hold it close to one’s heart or throw it faraway. Friendship celebrates the differences between people,… 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


It was a beautiful Sunday morning with dewdrops on the grass outside and on the windowpane. The sun rays fell on Vicky’s face as he woke up to this pleasant, soothing atmosphere. He opened his eyes, took his phone in his hand and posted photos with a caption “waking up to this” everywhere on social… 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


Considering that you are reading this from a laptop or your smartphone, pretty sure that someone has paid for your education. Do you think it was necessary for paying an amount to teach you how to read, write and analyse information? Shouldn’t that be a birthright in today’s world? There are so many pricey schools out… Read More


We the people, crave peace and freedom. We the people, support vandalism and warfare too. Feeling impregnable behind the rampart of ignorance. Bewildered soul asks the question, “What to do?” The studded throne of power shines in all its glory. The path to it has a gruesome story. Feudalism never left us. It just changed… Read More


International women’s day is round the corner so I thought of writing about the strong souls, women.Not intending to suppress other genders or offend anyone here.Here’s a list of four notable things to be grateful for: The Queens   Women today have achieved remarkable success  in almost every field.Let’s praise that female outlier for the… Read More