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Last Visitor / Poem

She left a note , a brief one,

Few words hidden in dust and dirt

It must have been in her handbag for years now

Like a souvenir

He knew the lines, once.

He had scribbled them on a birthday

The only day she visits him..

Like an awful ritual

Today she looked different

Her hair unkempt, skin more wrinkled

But, those eyes were not meeting his,

Exactly like a decade ago

“Mother, Forgive me if possible,

Not for the crime I committed

But for the days you visit me”

She walked away slower than ever

And he, now, locked in a piece of paper

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Drugged / Poem

Lights, lot of them.. in all colours

I see them getting bigger and brighter

I might be losing my mind

Or is it happening again

I should not write this down , not today

All I need to do is wait

And he will be home anytime soon

Eyes are stuck at the main door

I had asked him to paint it green

With antique carvings all over

Now the door is dusty and less green

Now it’s like me, hazy and more unseen

Door opened, I was half asleep

I saw his tired face and bulky bag

Between murmuring, my lips became wet,

Throat numb,

Body calm..

I slept again .

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Another Sky / Poem

Another Sky

My eyes opened to an orange screen

Palms felt like holding a pineapple

Head still spinning

Heart hammering

When I was told, I tried to look around

Cold air rushing into my bed

I saw, windows with blue curtains

Flower vases and unknown faces

My hands were taken softly, tear drops and kisses on them

Am I theirs ..?

But only the little piece of sky looked familiar

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Them Together / Poem

There is no apology whatsoever

No grief No guilt

No more merrymaking either

They are finally reaching nowhere

They have bodies of assorted memories

And minds dwell right beneath them

They have no mornings to claim

Only themselves to defame

Here I see them looking at the sky

Bereaved, lonely and cold

Here I see them holding hands

Redeemed, wholly and untold

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Caved / Poem

She felt like an old cave

Existed from the beginning

But never seen or visited

Flooded drained and bloodstained

Clothed in a heap of seaweed

Crowned with an insane amount of greed

She looks forward for tired footsteps

And wait for cuckoo’s lamenting anthems

Clouds are turning silent

Just like her crumbled mind

Here comes the refugee

Here she enters the same elegy

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Scars / Poem

Tiny scars on body started to fade away

Soon enough to walk through the chilly air

Covered in her father’s old tweed,

She stepped out early in the morning

She could hear trees banter behind

She could see a hundred eyes unkind

Her petite body started shivering

Skin shrieked in pain

But she is no more in tears

Looking away, she waved at fears

When a swollen belly whispered old rhymes,

They diffused melodies like wind chimes

Faded scars were covertly ingrained

She stopped and only listened