The magic wand

Can we imagine a world where there is no such thing as "writing"? Obviously No. Human development integrates writing as one of the fundamental skills. That is why the next thing a child is made to learn after verbal skill is writing. It is due to all the written records and accounts of the travellers, philosophers and thinkers that we could interrogate, improve and evolve. I wonder if there exists something as satisfying as the sound of nib scratching on paper.


The failed prophecy

The poem is written about the failed Mayan prophecy which predicted that an apocalypse of death and destruction will end the world in 2012.


the turbulent ghats the serene river a bouncing heart a hand quiver the bunch of roses a diamond ring thousands dreams a sudden sting the sacred chants a holy song the moment brief a story long.


Close eyes to feel the breeze let your smile make a crease   Listen to rustling trees, swaying with wind narrating the tales of hinterland   Talk to the chirping and whistling birds welcoming lightning and thud   Let your hair flow free let them where they want to be   Darker skies, devoid of... Continue Reading →


From the fairies, games and lullabies ┬áto leaving behind the butterflies   From the carefree chaotic rhymes to the tapping feet with synchronized chimes   From the tarted lips to the hesitant jibs   From the voices brisk to calculated risks   From innocent dreams, full of craze we've now entered this vicious maze  ... Continue Reading →

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