Where Words Go

So many words squandered away on triviality Many feelings of importance relegated to the edges Which find their way to the creepiest corners Of layers of suppression and inimical principles From there repulsive tales grow stronger Their roots claw the gigantic feet of a monster What Spring will bring no one can anticipate Forecasts of overcast moments are frequent While trading the desires of the … Continue reading Where Words Go

Can’t Blame the Reflections

There is no use despising the mirror for those reflections Pulling away the deceptions, but it’s not at fault Bitter sighs at the offensive intentions of the images They appear and disappear; a clumsy blend of characters Refuting the claims of misappropriation Unworthy reasons do not stand a chance against truth Disputing time, subservient thoughts, and disintegration Fate cannot be woken up from the evil … Continue reading Can’t Blame the Reflections

The Smiles

There are no last smiles, their similies stay somewhere Its reflections, memories, and feelings rest with a meaning Spaces smile too; the freedom they inspire from infinity Smiles can be quiet but speaks of a hopeful dream Only charming, in the weird world of generic perceptions Revives the heart from a melancholic yesterday They are not pretences; even the mirrors are joyful Horizon’s infinite smile … Continue reading The Smiles

Scary Perceptions

Bare faces considered to be rude What about the expensive masks that denude the truth Sometimes the masks’ tasks the principles Feelings are rehearsed; contributes to the chaos Mirrors cower while reflecting the masked faces How do children recognise true faces? Stern faces harnessing their dreams and enthusiasm The entire world shrinks after being castigated Incoherent ties with the earth are disastrous What does the … Continue reading Scary Perceptions

The Destiny of Writing

The destiny of writing is quite indiscernible! Stories may emerge from the author’s intimate imaginations, clandestine communications, and times of unsettling moments of the mind. They can stretch it from being extremely docile to a very provocative nature; the imagery can startle the eyes. It is with the eyes, most of the times, that a piece of writing is explored. It depends on the articulation! … Continue reading The Destiny of Writing