Red

  It all started with that red saree; The red hands, the smiling faces, That sindoor worn on her head with pride. Celebrated by her family, A goddess had come into their lives,   It all started with that radiant face; Golden bangles, diamond earrings, Her days filled with her child’s giggles, Her husband’s laughter.   It all started…

World War III

So many wars; Bloodshed and nuclear bombs. But these thoughts are the biggest destruction, Just in the background, behind the curtains. Stop waiting for physical evidence Broken hearts and hidden scars are in abundance. Soulless eyes and depressed smiles, People busy popping pills and getting high. Meaningless lives and dreams all slaughtered Look! Another world…

A Litigant’s Grief

  A population of 1.2 billion, And increasing by the million, The largest democracy they say, But can we make it all the way? The Parliament, the Ministries and the Courts, The three organs of which our nation boasts. Is it a matter of pride or shame, Of being a part of this judicial game?…

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