Muted, But Heard Everywhere

A silence of shame, on being confronted by the truth Guilt measured in a muted breath Murmurs give away a disarrayed narrative So many words have been stolen and placed erroneously To structure definitions conveniently Allaying failures with lies- diagnosing some fatal maladies Of which there are no remedies, but more woes In silence, there is complicity too Most of what life could have gathered … Continue reading Muted, But Heard Everywhere

Barriers

Let’s ignore the walls The graffiti and bold statements Colourful, yet they are biased Brandishing thoughts  Capable of overriding logic Walls have motives Ideas of safety kept aside Divide!  Quarantine positive thoughts Infectious ideas thrive Body becomes immune Absorbs acerbic perceptions Gazes can censure gullible hearts Denuded, they fumble to escape Within walls, last refuge Again, separated from reality Partitioned and portioned awareness Not enough to … Continue reading Barriers