Tag: #inspiration

poetry

Celebrating Father’s Day On 17th June

Celebrating Father’s Day On 17th June Father’s day is such an event which comes with a spirit of celebrating the presence of father and his efforts in making up the existence of the family. On this day, to honour and convey forth the efforts of dad people give presents to their …
poetry

A Legend: Amitabh Bachchan

Can you define a legend? Well, I can… He is none other than my favourite Amitabh Bachchan… Same as everyone in the universe, And yet so different, Even the existence is so meaningful Having the power to rebuilt From scratch; from pain Was a LEGEND Reborn again, Pushing limits Carving …
poetry

Error 404

Still searching for the restart Button of life and download Links for happiness? Delete the sorrows, Log off from unpleasant People and Ctrl-s your perfect moments In your memories Update your operating system, Instead of logging off… Disconnect your guilt If you encounter Error 404 Not found The file you …
poetry

Do The Creeps Deserve To Be Loved?

As thoughts burn in my head. I wonder what are creeps made up of… An unnerving pervert whose Selfish rants ramble on. A scourge of all dreams; Who flourishes from our pain. A soul whose ugliness builds within The walls of his bleeding heart. Owner of roving eyes And ambiguous stares. …
poetry

Forgotten Tales and Tailored Smiles

All the while eating the soul away Destroying it from the inside To the out; ripping it apart, Filling you with dread and despair. Secrets of heart grow Heavier day by day While we learn to walk about With a tailored smile on our face. Thoughts, plans, regrets, Sometimes even …
poetry

A Pilgrimage: Mark Of Cultural Identity

Pilgrimage: a mark of cultural identity, Illuminated Heritage buildings; A place that confers spiritual wisdom Freeing you from horrors of the deep And terrors of the skies; A perfect place for a man To spend his days in silence Enjoying harmless joys of solitude With a guiltless heart, free From …
poetry

My Strength, My Inspiration

I don’t remember your first kiss on my cheeks Nor do I remember your first hug But what I remember is Your comforting smile as I got my final results How you held my hand when I panicked, And helped banish my blues How you helped heal my wounds, And …
poetry

Living in A State Of Denial: “Prosetry”

By: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai I accept that the truth hurts But what hurts more Is living in a state of denial. Afraid of facing the truth. Overwhelmed by our dysfunctional world We constantly practice denial Ignoring reality Idealising the non-existent Taking refuge in nostalgia We refuse to let it go. …

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