Poetry | Words

All That You Have Seen

By on March 5, 2018

Tell me stories of all that you have seen from pricks and itches of the thorns Scratches and falls to broken bones or running wild, tumbling on the stones Stories of lullabies and sleepless nights stories of crushes and love at first sight From school to high school, from cycles to cars the journey of […]

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Dear Mumbai

By on March 30, 2017

Your days are chaos and hustle At night, blinding lights cover your skin Dear Mumbai, you are just like me Empty from within Your crowd sometimes suffocates me The smoke of hypocrisy fills my lungs Few loved me just for pleasure Few killed me just for fun You taught me a smile that works best […]

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Prose | Words

Rumination Of Tiny Lights

By on October 1, 2016

“Don’t move” we whispered, while pretending to sleep beneath a single white sheet. Those were the days when you closed shut your eyes hard, so hard that it would hurt. You did so because you believed that the harder you closed them, no one could see you. “I don’t find anyone, guess they are not […]

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Trace

By on April 8, 2016

Searching for your trace Look where I was found Flying in the air Forty thousand feet above the ground   Spinning like a wheel Crashing like a car And before I could feel I reached so far   A thousand million lights Flickered like stars so down I was next to the moon Looking for […]

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