Haiku- Tabeenah Anjum

Today, I am glad to share a wonderful Haiku composed by Tabeenah Anjum, a Journalist, a Photographer (Visual Storyteller), a poet, and a storyteller. She also conducts VisualStorytelling workshops at various prestigious Institutes across India and guides the students. Here is the Haiku penned by her, “In unstirred tea, spring sun outlines, traveller’s face ” -Tabeenah Anjum Here is the link to the original tweet Continue reading Haiku- Tabeenah Anjum

The Spirit Endures

Difficult reading the sentiment of the wind Its free-will is disconcerting for everyone Sometimes like a nemesis threatens the existence Jovial and talkative… woods enjoy the moments Frolicsome whispers echo across valleys Following the monotony of a routine… the expectations Weighs down on the born-free spirit Barely listening to each other’s feelings anymore Only trying to decipher the hazy silhouette Voices dissolve frantically in the … Continue reading The Spirit Endures

Listening to Nature

Be still! Nature whispers to the souls to awake After days of struggle, it might be the opportunity To listen carefully and interpret the future that waits “Beyond this, there is another reality”, says the consciousness Come out of the dwellings, free the hands of instruments The confluence of pure awakening will guide you Human understanding and worldly fury is no fate of humanity Been … Continue reading Listening to Nature