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Never Better

the trams rush by and people crawl away the crowded streets feel suffocated a blast of smoke erupts from a bike’s rear end and the dried leaves  licking dust slither away under the scorching sun a desolate urchin  bored of... Continue Reading →

A Place Not Home…

the wind blows away the autumn leaves that crunch beneath my feet and the rains reduce them to refuse lying in the detritus at the end of the street in the dark of the night when the candles burn to... Continue Reading →

Exorcise

to write about love is a cliche of sorts i put my pen to paper to write a tale of obsession of lust of admiration of deliberate attempts rushed and hushed of chances grabbed and opportunities lost of everything that made... Continue Reading →

Fix

as the key clicked into the lock he stood up excited to finally see her to be with her ♥ she hurriedly wiped her kohl-stained eyes the memories of the finality still burning in her mind ♥ a weak smile replaced her sobs the... Continue Reading →

Apocalypse

A catastrophe affliction in disguise wilfully unfair prejudiced non-permitting the hearts to unite charred affections replaced for wrath so we could hurt and make bleed our lips met  only to bite into  the melancholy our minds battled with our bodies met only to strip  and insult our conscience... Continue Reading →

Bewitched

And all the fairytales she’d read and the princes she'd secretly loved and the castles she’d hoped to live in and the magic  she’d expected to feel. They had come right back to bewitch her days and charm her nights... Continue Reading →

Pen & Paper

She barely existed in the world of people; those faces, masks of lies and deceit. She concealed her joys and tears, for her companions - the pen and the paper. ~~~~~~~ Asha Seth

If…

If words could release the rues I’d write a 1000 page book If tears could beat the woes I’d cry out an ocean and more If pores of the skin could subsume the deluge I’d plug each pore with grit... Continue Reading →

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