The backyard | Random thoughts

the backyard pencil drawing

At first, the backyard of my house reminds me of my own life – unexplored, unattractive and untidy. Surrounded by walls as tall as a 10year old kid and are made of concrete bricks, the backyard is a place to dump all unwanted things of my house. Since the cement-brick ratio seems like 1:50, the…… Continue reading The backyard | Random thoughts

Oh, what a privilege it is to be alive! | A short poem about wandering soul

what a privilege it is to be alive

To be alive is the greatest achievement. To have a body, exploring and experiencing the world are privileges that any soul shall wish for. Unfortunately, we take these for granted and explore ways to make ourselves suffer by adding desires and unrealistic expectations. We forget the myriad of happiness that the state of “being alive”…… Continue reading Oh, what a privilege it is to be alive! | A short poem about wandering soul

Giant Maze | A short poem about life and relationships

I wander inside a giant maze Unable to find an escape Endless walls make me daze And everywhere is the same landscape Walls of giant bricks Made of relationships. They confine me to a fix Filling darkness like an eclipse No maps, no stars to getaway I meet the same walls every day No letters,…… Continue reading Giant Maze | A short poem about life and relationships

Sleepless night (poem)

a sleepless night

A sleepless night is my poem about what I have been experiencing every night. This is for all those insomniac thinkers out there 🙂 The Sky attired the black dress, stitched with shiny diamond stars. Eyes failed to cover like a torn curtain, lost in thoughts of a future uncertain. Wet with the tears, Eyes…… Continue reading Sleepless night (poem)