Category Archives: Poetry

At the Edge of the Cosmos

  First, a poem. It’s a poem I wrote about fifteen years ago.  I was undergoing a psychological turmoil at that time.  There was a longing for escape with a simultaneous knowledge that any real escape of the kind I … Continue reading

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Thomas, the disciple

I had looked forward To a world, where Light passes through The heart of darkness And melts the core of granite; Every heartbeat is a blossom That bids the other to come closer; Every word is a balm in the … Continue reading

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The Environmentalist

  The environmentalist lectured And the earth yawned to receive saplings. Felling trees will damage the environment. Let’s plant trees. Trees give us oxygen to breathe. Trees control the climate patterns. Reduce global warming. Trees are so useful. I wondered … Continue reading

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False calls

  All those false calls didn’t achieve a thing, And won’t achieve in future either. You played too many games with my life, Hope you enjoyed them; I didn’t, of course. Why not try new numbers now that the old … Continue reading

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