Archive for June, 2013

Because of you

Posted: June 28, 2013 in mom, poem, poetry

A soft touch or a big hug
Ensures me of my  presence
And my existence.
A whisper  or a murmer
Makes me sure that I am safe After all turbulence.
A smile or a tear in your eyes   Always  tells me  that life is worth,
Just give it a try.
Holding your hand,
I crossed all  forests barefoot
And never felt any pain
Because your compassion
Always gave me courage  to live   life  like  a  passion.

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Reason to smile

Posted: June 25, 2013 in self composed

Seeing it spread its wings wide and white
Filled my morning with delight;
I don’t know its name or breed
But it gave me what was very much in need.

Miss pitter-patter?

Posted: June 24, 2013 in self composed

Hey there!
Did you know beforehand
That you’d land here?

Hey, did you get hurt?
Like apples and dreams,
Gravity, you couldn’t avert?

Hey, does it kill
To not know when you’ll rise again,
Leaving all your baggage on my window sill?

Hey, the sun is about to set!
Tired and weary,
But are you ready to call it a day yet?

Young and Bright but Ill

Posted: June 22, 2013 in mom, poem, poetry

Who is the criminal-
We always try to find out
Whenever a rape, a robbery, or a scam happens.
We weep, we condemn and we shout.
But what about when a student commits suicide.
A young bright child is declared dead.
The culprit is always illness or some friendship
But we forget he got it all from the institute’s hardships.
The apathetic growling surroundings
Make him sick of life-
The life that he was trying to make rich.

Why don’t we shout at people around him
Who never bothered for him?
Why don’t we condemn the career
That did not make him happy?
Why can’t we ridicule those friends
Who pushed him just to finish faster?
Are they not culprits of that young bright child-
Who was fit when he came
But ill when he went away?