I’ve lost it all

I’ve lost it all, I’ve lost my way I’ve lost my smile, or so they say I’ve lost my will to go ahead I’ve lost myself, I’m lost today   I’ve lost it all, in a moment’s wake I’ve lost my mind, a big mistake I’ve lost my thoughts and I’ve grown numb I’ve lost… Continue reading I’ve lost it all

The drawback of knowledge

In my world of colour Where the combinations were plentiful I had embraced the sunlight With the notion that I would see more But I do not know why The colours started fading slowly And all I could see was Black, white and shades of gray And I’ve been told that the sunlight is necessary… Continue reading The drawback of knowledge

Don’t tell me.. (Incomplete)

You might see me as an injured person from afar. You might get worried because of the blood and the bandages everywhere. But Do not ask me to open my bandages just because you are a little curious to what is inside. Trust me when I tell you that your curiosity will end in a… Continue reading Don’t tell me.. (Incomplete)

I’m writing a story

I am writing a story, and it goes like this. The protagonist – me – is sitting with a girl on the floor in the corner of the room all curled up because of the cold. We’re having a conversation on things that might seem irrelevant to a passer by. We smile and laugh and… Continue reading I’m writing a story

Childhood memories: 3. Of many thoughts in one

Until a few years ago, I was one of those kids who used to frequently do favors for other classmates. This included, sometimes, doing their homework.¬† I never knew why I did it because I never got recognition and only a few thanked me for doing it. I wasn’t paid and moved closer to being… Continue reading Childhood memories: 3. Of many thoughts in one

She loves me?

“She loves me not”, Said the last flower petal – That I subconsciously tore through In her sweet memory. “She loves me so”, Said the old Indian song – That I tend to hear every day these days In her sweet memory. “She loves me not”, Say my very close friends. They tell me that… Continue reading She loves me?

Helping in fear

Today, in the afternoon, I had to drop my aunt home. When I was returning back, I noticed a guy calling. “Dai (Brother)” he shouted as I slowed my scooter to a stop. He came rushing; limping, but rushing. “Which road are you going by? Could you drop me a little ahead?” He asked. I… Continue reading Helping in fear

Cheers

Cheers for a day of sadness, that felt forever lain beside you; Cheers for the gloomy evenings, that worked so hard to divide you. Cheers for the muddled smile on faces, that forced you to look inside; Cheers for times you felt so desperate, that your feelings you couldn’t hide. Cheers for all all the… Continue reading Cheers

When she cried

I could see – lines running through her cheeks. Those places where her makeup had worn off And salty waters had absorbed the whitish powder. Her face was blunt; Her nose dripping, as she slowly wiped the extra liquid off with her finger, making that light sniffing sound sad people make. Her eyes were red;… Continue reading When she cried