The Body

Body, is our only weapon In love, and sometimes in war. A child looks out of a window, Shopping for new a pastime, To transcend boredom. A woman Says give me a clarinet and I will blow. Man hears and sees, something Completely different. And the challenge for us all is, How we become sated…

Birds

I was partial to you not knowing, That you and I, would surrender to Make us gods of bed manners, And we seemed, only to entertain, The practice of valuation of contact And appreciation of taste or flavor, The rocket science of feelings, It tells you, let her climb the mountain, Slowly, pacing along, the…

Garden

Flowers grow taller every day Trees become greener As the garden in the heart of spring looks A spectrum of vibrant interwoven colors I too grow like an inflorescence My face becoming darker with an earthly outgrowth As I become conscious of my own Manliness on the bathroom mirror. I shove my innocence and the…

Asylum

There are places That protect the heart, even the mind From stark realities of impoverished life. When the heart broken and the demented Choose to find a place of idleness and composure To rest and reclaim the life one used to know. And sometimes we stay years inside the places We inevitably call asylums, to…

A Note Against Apathy

My survival Is not a clown-act or a pantomime It’s a lesson for mankind That the caged bird Will always possess dazzling plumage And will sing her song¬† In spite of the cruelty and apathy Of every other man.¬†