Broken Windows

Broken windowsinside thy soulto say the wordsthy ears spent waiting forI say not to those fancies. I can’t fathom thysmiling facelaughter of thy might lordbut thy heart says there ain’t oneSilver ices-shall prick thy windowEmpty streets, stormy nightsmad escapades, daggers thrownthy window shall crash. the pieces of thybroken windowI shan’t treasurethe sight of mere pleasureContinue reading “Broken Windows”

.Little visions.

Visions small, confined by my four white walls, my vision is smallbut I hope to see it all. Homeless people by the streets,all they are asking is for some shelter and wheat. Dying people asking for hospital beds,and a “No!” tears their family to shreds. Many times, I used to walk by,feeling life was suchContinue reading “.Little visions.”

Home Again

I woke to the rustling of the leaves,As they hug the bark,Tighter each day.I woke to the cooing of the birds,As the perch elegantly,With no fear.I woke to the woodpecker,Busy with its pecking,A new home.I jump up from bed,The sounds this time different,Not the sweet birds or leaves,But big machines.And in one quick move,The homesContinue reading “Home Again”

Knots and crosses

Like weaved patterns,loomed and destined,tied with no way of escapade.Like spider webs,thin yet strong,crafted into locks,with no keys, trapped.Heartstrings, that are played,with love and pain,bound by the depth of our tunes,rhyming with our emotions,that fade away and come back dancing,in torment and jubilation.Like a lonely soul,with knots and crosses,no spiders or colours,no keys or tunes,noContinue reading “Knots and crosses”