To an Old Friendship

It was like a jellyfish With a dose of luciferin, sparkling Like glowworms and adrift floating Swimming with no life jackets And the hearts had their luminescence Lanterns for the dark And still we were different Like two jellybeans of different flavors And distinct colors that mixed together With no care in the world It…

Friendship

We wear some as badges The successful, the faces and lives That have appeal painted all over their personalities Yet we keep some inside the pockets Of denim pants – hidden from others Yet taking a tearing piece of heart But not groin, and that is the luster-less, the granted Like the deep conversations on…

Friendship

True friendship Does not possess trials or examinations Neither is it feigned or coerced It is pristine just like the sandy beaches Porous crystals of sand that moisten to an adhesive As time streams in, in the absence of motive or gain Fortifying a simple truth – that blood and water are near-equals Having the…