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)

when I’m gone

About Two days later, at the crack of dawn Shortly after the time you find that I’m gone And you sit there gathering your thoughts and senses As the water on the window pane slowly condenses And you finally realise that i will not come again Don’t let your thoughts wander, don’t let your eyes… Continue reading when I’m gone

Hey

I still remember the first time I typed “Hey”, On her Facebook chat; and waited for a reply. Those few seconds seemed like a whole day – And I’ve never felt time go so slowly by. I remember us talking for hours and hours on – About things that others wouldn’t understand; Things that other… Continue reading Hey

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

The sad clown

The clown’s humor has become so frequent – that he is never taken seriously And when people hear him say something serious They laugh it off as mere jokes “I’m serious” says he, with a determined voice. “We know” they say, as they laugh it away. It has become so that he can now Hide… Continue reading The sad clown

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

Let him go!

Let him go my dear; he’s not worth your time. He treats you worse than he treats his wine. Let him go my dear; I can say from your scars – that he takes pleasuring himself way too far. Let him go my dear; you’ve shed too many tears. You claim to be in love,… Continue reading Let him go!