MasticadoresIndia: Rainbows in the Night by Janani Arvind

how could we ever hold hands with our fists closed so tight we are still walking alone vary of the rolling stones could we ever go forward forgetting… Rainbows in the Night by Janani Arvind Another one on MasticadoresIndia! Thank you Terveen! ❤️

MasticadoresIndia: Morning Eyes by Janani Arvind

Sweet voice of a songbirda crow’s caw cutting throughthe crunching of beans in the coffee machinemoist and cold and warm at the same timeunder the … Read the full post here on MasticadoresIndia I’m super excited to let you guys know that my poem Morning eyes has been published on the MasticadoresIndia platform! Thanks a…

Layers

Sometimes we don’t know what’s inside a person. People are like onions; you peel a layer you’ll find one more.

Second chance #poetry

This poem is about help offered at the right time. We all need help now and then. Whether we ask for it or take it up when it’s offered is up to us.

Oasis

A 40 word poetry written in response to Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt #220 Oasis.

Honour- Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #84

Shweta Suresh is the host of Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP). This post is in response to her Prompt #84- Honour Honour A virtue and his Achilles’ heel.

Unforgotten

Never wholly off my mind, you are unspoken in conversations and unravelled in dreams.Interred are the warm embraces and soft kisses, a sedated evanescence. What’s imprinted are the torn fabrics of a web spun out of indifference, lust and careless affection. Etched on the stony surfaces of a scarred heart, a reminder of treasure born…

Drug- Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #82

Shweta Suresh is the host of Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP). This post is in response to her Prompt #82– Drug Drug Addiction/ absolution, he was never sure.