When The Evergreens Dried

I’d see you in the church with a basket in my hands,Always filled with candies or handmade paperbacks.And I’d fix your hair and call you by names,Our giggles echoed through the highest mountains. Our most beautiful craft lies engraved on a terrace,Maybe one of my accord would touch it and feel our whispers.Our lost dreams…

Until I Fall In Love

Let’s laugh together at every ‘The Office’ reference we make,Adore the wildflowers in our backyard and give them a name.We’ll breathe in the colours of our auras, both light and dark,And on days you go colorblind, I promise I’ll show you the stars.Hold me like a cup of wine, fill me with your taste divine;Let’s…

Pick Your Poison

What if I told you that the dream you’re chasingWill consume you like a bottle of cherry wine,But will leave you intoxicated?That the fire burning in your eyes is not of a PhoenixBut of a cigarette?The puffiness in your chest is of smoke and not pride?That your mind is wrapped around an essence of dignity,While…

Decay of Illusion

I fixated my eyes on the clouds above.The road where I drove was an illusion,Where I refuse to be; the noise cuts like a knifeBut to fear death, is to fear life.

Ones With Rusted Chords

Music plucking the chords rusted,My whole piano is in sync.I am free, I am free,When I pass that Lilac tree.“God knows I tried”,Worn out soul, like a leaf dried.Misty mornings of December,I hope you remember, you remember;The nights when we told ourselves,“Party girls don’t get hurt”.All those days the books in my shelves,Waited to be…

Unwoven

Turbulence of thoughts when sets,Causes me to pick up my pen.Weaving my words into a seatbelt,While I am on board with Hell. Calm flights of tranquility greet me,The land below would hate my departure.The birds outside sing of joy and leave,But I can’t render my heart to ink. Happiness sits beside me and I say,Laments…

The Day of Transcendence

I remember the day when IWas sulking in my bed, staringAt the ceiling unaware of my body, myself.As the echoes of my heart wailing,Were too loud to be ignored;The pain piercing through my chest,Was making the earth’s rotation feel so slow;That’s when I heard a sound from my window.Alike, weeping, wailing was the rain,And my…

Dandelion

Hey moon,I looked for you on a Saturday night;Left my friends, my chores behind,With loud music and champagne.As I was waiting for the rain. Hey moon,Today I saw two bees fight,Over a pretty flower in the sunshine.I thought that they would let it go,But instead one of them left the home. Hey moon,I know home lies…

Gatekeeper

I have so much to show you,Inside my carousel- like mind.Only way to see through,Lies in my wondering eyes.But I cannot let you in,For there’s a gatekeeper you don’t want to meet.He who controls my dusk and dawn,You’ll never be free.I’ll never be free. (The gatekeeper doesn’t like visitors)

The Fall

October is a change,Stepping towards a cool breeze;A sweet, calm inception.Like fine winds on a cloudy day,Underneath the shadow of a tree.Warmth of the sun bathing you,From among the leaves fluttering;Making the most peaceful sounds.And then they fall so elegantly;You pick one up and keep,The Fall with you forever.