In the distance, the rumble of thunder; I hear the silent swish of a dark cloud, pregnant with rain – it floats toward me; I hear the first drop leave its dark bubble – it sings through the sky, fall with a plop onto the empty road; I hear the dust rise, petrichor – it … Read moreThe Music of Rainfall..
A little bite of chocolate: I return back to childhood, the days I used to pester, till my grandfather gave in, and took us kids to buy it; I return back to childhood, when we used to race back after school when we knew, some relative had brought it; Return to my college campus, when … Read moreFoodie memories..
I see myself in the mirror of their eyes; crystal clear, He who I am. I see not scars of love, for their support heals; I see not old hopelessness, for they exude confidence; I see not ghosts of fear, for their presence calms; I hold me close to life. I hear myself in their … Read moreFor eternity..
This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 32; the thirty-second edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The theme for the month is ‘An Untold Story’ An untold story, I whisper … Read moreAn Untold Story..
I remember me, when I was a child, I dreamed, many silly dreams, hard as they seemed, in me I believed, they’d come true. An engineer? That was the first, my parents’ too, and it happened; A journalist? I had pondered it, like an adventure, it was left wanting. Each new day, another new dream, … Read moreI remember..
starry serenade I return home with the day moon Linked with Haiku Heights (#190, Home), and Carpe Diem (#5, Moon) (’12, Oct 06)