Those we love, don’t reciprocate our love Those whose love we don’t reciprocate, Love us so blindly yet dearly without a tag I sat sadly thinking thoroughly bout this A world problem, leading not to quadratic. Devoid of acalculia, cross multiplication Should balance the grammatical equations. Shakespeare’s mighty pen solved it right “Love sought is … Continue reading Requitted Love
We dipped the tip of our fingers in the river Only to cool her tongue, amidst her agony Her cracked mouth, is full of lies and deceit; Trouble and double evil beneath her tongue. She conceives trouble and give birth to evil; Her womb only fashions deceit and betrayal. Our close friend in whom we … Continue reading Treachery
When our earthly tent gets annihilated, We have a big building from this messiah. An eternal house in heaven, not in haven, Not erected by human hands nor heads. Our refuge and strength, in him is found. A very big present help in times of trouble. We will not fear, when the earth gives way, … Continue reading Certitude
When love happens, cool breeze blows, Strongest of men, misogynists tacitly, Swept off their feet, without a wedge. Even the wrongest of deeds is just right. When love happens, heart pulse throbs. Tearful pains are joyful gains in a flash, Nights are days and days are nights. Like records, with smiles, rules broken. When love … Continue reading When love happens
The forlornly cloud pompously Swallowed the sun out of the scene. Dusty sand whirled through the air Sending shivers of smoky breeze From the dusty desert dune. Falconiform birds liked leathers soar High through the sky in ascension. Joyful thriving trees dancing free To that rhythmic pattern from Those free flying old rusty roofs. Wires … Continue reading A Ravaging Rainstorm
Without you every minute Spent was like a year. Daily I die a million dead I can’t wait to tell you How hard it really has been Nursing nameless pain Without your smile here. I just had to let you know. BUT I just cannot fathom My dearest partner in life Why tis so, thou … Continue reading Lone letter from an illiterate lover
“I had a butterfly”. I had a beautiful blue butterfly, It’ll spread it’s brightly colored wings, Spraying it’s free floral fragrance. I last waved at it’s fluttering flight. It never came back with a reply I stood by my window in trance Why is it not now here to enjoy The nature’s free flowing breeze. … Continue reading I had a butterfly.
Land of unease- Boniface Raymond Everyday on news, nothing new but blue Except the usual sorrow striking so hard Each day,dip fresh cut added to a wound Women forced to howl in widowhood; Children turned orphans in pain and shame; Poor kids bathe with their parent’s blood; Losing everything even before they had it. How … Continue reading Land of unease.