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Monthly Archive: February 2020

As You Reach Sixty-Seventy

Today you admire yourself Because your heart jumps For those naked out – fits in the streets. You caress them from the core End up your task licking your lips. Then the wretched sixty – seventy When you will have a pot bellied projection And the out-fits you wear look...

The Fate Of Eyes

What friendship lies between them Since birth they are together. Both grow to be old and wise With travels made far and wide. They often cried and sighed together And yet heave high to smile at fate. They go to sleep together on all nights Dream and wake up through...

Aren’t You Smart Of All?

With all dirty and saggy people around you You will find yourself to be the smartest. Those dirty and saggy have uncalculated moves But you’ll find yours always measured. When people carry and walk on life through uncalculated moves They become aimless, but you grow ambitious. Those dirty and saggy...

The Haunted Night

The tales of ghosts make us all Alienated and cryptic And the agoras make us nixed On conditions during shrilly nights When mooned and the world is sleeping.   Our hearts are on the rise As we listen to the gyros brunt Our first feeling to aero ourselves When mooned...

The Orphan In The Street

It was picked up But it fell down. What fell down! But it fell down. Yet, it was picked up. Why it fell down? But it fell down. How it fell down? But it fell down. Yet it was picked up. It was picked up What fell down? It had...

A Request To You

It all started thirteen years ago When we decided to journey together. Indeed, we both saw the daylights And dreamt the pleasure of life at nights. We worked hard, to see and learn through life. Today, we are close through and unseparated. Yet, at times there comes the feeling of...

Ode To An Immortal

That night the gale was erratic and infuriating And it proved a shell – shock on her. A stoic character was she – born sane But held herself to a floating ketch Unwilled to reconcile to openness. Her vital signs had left her. She wasn’t alone in the float The...

The Handkerchief

I remember the day still, When she gave a handkerchief to me; To wipe something off – it had to be wiped off. I wiped nothing, but she saw it dirty. If I had wiped nothing – why did she see it dirty? She saw it – the handkerchief carried...

Dumpy – The Duckling

In the midst of a large forest lived a family of duck. The family consisted of mother duck, and her six young ones. The young ones had just learned to walk freely. So, usually the mother duckling followed them or asked them to follow her during their search for food...

A Cup And A Saucer

It was a nice looking dining table. On the table were four friends and two growing up kids laid. A knife, a large bowl, a spoon, a fork, a cup and a saucer. There were no humans around.  So the six had plenty of time to talk to one another....

The Seven Sisters

In village a couple had seven daughters to look after. The children had not been baptized. As such, they couldn’t be called by their particular names. The family had a poor living. Every day the father of the children went to the forest. He usually collected wood and food for...