Learning To Fly

You were given a boost on the day, You were born, when the umbilical cord Was cut. That was independence, The first requirement to fly. Then you learnt after a year or so after, You could rise up on your feet, just like the apes do, And so you became, hell bent at walking Just…

A Halloween Poem

Just like pumpkins Carved out to be spooky faces Saints, were men and women, Who were carved out, To go beyond their birth right, Transcending mortality, Iconoclasts that defied the rule of thumb Like Copernicus once did, And just like the lid of the pumpkin, You see halos hovering on top Of these saintly heroes,…

Clutter

Like a tea cup with beautiful designs, Bought from an obscure second hand shop, Where you found her on a shelf,  You are reminded to look at all the little Things that define your clutter. The books whose protagonists Walk like phantoms as I pass the bookshelf, Old albums that still awaken love stories, And…