Ask him who found shelter in the torrential rain or just about managed to catch the last train Ask him who found reason to smile in spite of his pain or could catch a good night’s rest even after all his hard work went in vain He’ll tell you, ‘God works in mysterious ways’ And…Read More
I lost my uncle on 28th of September to COVID-19 within three weeks of my grandma’s passing.
When I lost my grandma on September 9th, I thought I still had him.
If I don’t watch out, I’ll slip
Slide down the rabbit hole
And not find my way up
So, I hold on desperately
To a branch I’ve known
Smooth is its bark
Sturdy, easiest to hold
so I think
I’m trying to write something beautiful Something that inspires and is positive And that makes you smile Its hard these days, I know I find it hard too; fear hardens Like arid land you need to dig harder Deeper to find the fountain of faith And when you find it you need to hold it…Read More
Don’t tell me you’ve never fallen Or ever felt broken? Haven’t we all, at some time? Some a wee bit; others’ a wee bit more. The cracks – they’re there We hide them, as best we can. You know you can bear them, before me; with neither fear nor shame For the tools and…Read More
Lying on the bed this morning, I saw the cerulean grey sky : a checkered pattern of clouds, streaks and waves I saw the blue dome of the building across: a silhouette on that washed canvas I saw the birds: free, their wings spread, gliding on the vast dance floor And I told myself –…Read More