April 29, 2013 § 23 Comments
When the roof in a room leaks
somewhere a poem is written
out of longing, despair or helplessness.
But there will be no rain tonight.
The moon spreads through her window
tonight and covers her in sin.
April 27, 2013 § 18 Comments
The words will never
come out of my mouth. I
I’ve tried enough to make
you understand. You,
do NOT want to. I realise.
That’s how it ends then,
i guess. That’s how a life
form is killed and burnt
even before it can open its
eyes and look at the ugly
They tell me to move on
with life. What life, again?
April 25, 2013 § 12 Comments
As a kid he was
naive and innocent
and nerdy and alone.
He chose his own company
o’er everyone else.
The books, the music,
the magazines, the cartoons;
And then he grew up.
He now only remembers his
fathers gentle laughter
and, the way he carried
him in his arms.
He remembers how the
sunshine poured lazy rays
upon untainted walls.
And how they watched
The Lion King together
But mostly he remembers
how he danced with his father.
April 23, 2013 § 22 Comments
Immanuel Kant believed that we humans, because we are so emotionally complex, go through two puberties in life. The first puberty is when our bodies become mature enough for sex; the second puberty is when our minds become mature enough for sex. The two events can be separated by many, many years. Perhaps our emotional maturity comes to us only through the experiences and lessons of our youthful romantic failures. Maybe we all need to go through the anguish and errors of a first puberty, before we can ascend into the second one.
~commitment, elizabeth gilbert.
April 20, 2013 § 13 Comments
She enters the crowded room. You
see her lean body covered under
layers of clothes. Clumsily, she
makes some disruption in the otherwise
pre-occupied room. She finds the
closest seat to become a part of
the incognito within the space of
the surrounding room.
You see her frantic eye
scanning the faces around her. Her
eyes meet yours. Unspoken thoughts
make a chapter of a few unrequited
words as the sparks fly.
You offer her an embrace that peels
through every layer of bulky textile
to the delicate small of her quivering
back. It sends a shiver down your spine.
She looks deep into your eyes and
you wish you were the
kohl in her eyes. You crave to touch
her hair and run your bare palms
over silken skin.
You’re lost in your own brazen thoughts
when he walks into the room and
kisses her on the mouth. You notice she’s kissing him back
with her entire body. You sigh.
They walk out of the room together, his
arm around her waist. She drops a
note near your chair.
“You’ve drowned. In the colorful abyss.”, it read.
P.S. This post has been written for Ashwini. You, inspire me, mate. Thank you. 🙂