On the other side

Wrote a quick poem today. Its based on something that I’ve been feeling lately – the absence of the fear of crossing over. Losing someone you love to death is frightening or seeing someone you love, suffering or suffering from a disease is terrible but death itself is not. What do you think of it?…

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When I am gone

Don’t judge my life by the poems I wroteThey are like the waning moon-Phases that pass, Like seasons that come and go.Like waves that ebb and flowA few teary monsoons, some harsh winterscannot take away the many springs and summersThat warmed me and helped me bloomRemember me by my smile, the way it made my…

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Closure

Is it possible to weep without a tear,a whimper or any other soundand without your breath racing?Is it possible to grieve without fearOf everybody being around with nobody knowing?It happens in the blink of an eyeWhen your picture on the wall I pass byI see you smiling and my heart wails My brain doesn’t fight…

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Published : Waiting

I’m very happy to say my poem – ‘Waiting’ has been published by Silver Birch Press under the ‘I am waiting series’. Below is the first stanza of the poem. I waited for a callMy alkaline blood curdlingThe pungency burning my insidesI tasted harshness on my tongueAnd bitterness in my skinI was a wisp of…

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Published : It takes six months

It’s six months after dad’s passing…a million emotions have gone through me through these trying times. I am grateful to my husband, my girls, and my sister for holding me and helping me through. My poem ‘ Six months’ is published by Rebelle Society. Thoughts, regrets, memories ebb, and flow but the journey continues. A…

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