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29 June 2015

Poem: Wish I Could...

Today's poem is on a self-thought theme 'unexpressed'.

wish i could say

27 June 2015

Poem: The Delusion of Democracy

Corruption and power have seemed to become two sides of the same coin. We, the common people, get the chance to feel like a super powerful person, once in five years. We feel proud for getting inked. However, later what we have to see is perhaps the delusion of democracy. A poem dedicated to the delusion of democracy. This poem is on a self-thought prompt 'delusion.'

25 June 2015

Poem: Write, Write

A motivational poem for all the writers and poets and for the love of writing

20 June 2015

Poem: Enamored

Today's poem is a dedication to my love for Lord Krishna as an ideal leader. This poem is based on inclusion of six words highlighted in bold. Lord Krishna is mainly portrayed as a mischievous guy who was loved by women. However, I love Lord Krishna as a leader.  When I started reading about Him in Mahabharata, I found that so many lies and misconceptions are spread about Him. Even Krishna devotees sometimes mock Him unknowingly. Lord Krishna was a great warrior and a great leader. Also, one more reason, this poem is so different is that women, generally, are not believed to have their imagination or desire of love at such a high level, which can be related to the power of leadership that can bring peace in the world. Women are thought (by many) as some beautiful accessories for men. Can we imagine a love-story that begin with a strategic discussion for world-peace? Can we imagine a love-story where love begins with a dream (and the power to make it reality) for the humanity?

19 June 2015

Poem: Solace

Today's poems are on the theme 'Solace'

discovered the solace
in you
my dear poems

17 June 2015

Poem: Small Choices

Some micropoems on the prompt 'Small' suggested by Micropoetry society. 

10 June 2015

Poem: Words Rained

The happiest moment is being able to write a poem when you think it's impossible to write a single word. A poem on observing involuntary breathing...
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