The Woods…they talk to me.

via Daily Prompt: Solitary I saw the prompt “solitary” and the first thing that came to my mind was the poem “Solitary Reaper” by William Wordsworth. Well like most people, […]

Stop Glaring!

via Daily Prompt: Glaring With news about women in India being unsafe, making the headlines, this poem takes it’s root. While the government continually comes under attack for it’s apathy […]

I buried what we had

via Daily Prompt: Bury Over life’s journey we meet people, some become friends, some remain strangers , some friends become strangers and some strangers become friends. Some take the journey […]

Sweet, Spicy, Tangy- Life

via Daily Prompt: Spicy Today’s prompt was spicy. Here’s my take on it. I have a story for you today, One that’s sweet and a little spicy too, One that will make your […]

Indelible Impressions…

via Daily Prompt: Impression Wrote a Senryu poem on the prompt “Impression”. A Senryu like a Haiku follows 3 lines of 5-7-5 syllables but focuses on humans and not on nature.   […]

Shimmer & Shine… A Tanka Poem

via Daily Prompt: Shimmer  Wrote a Tanka  on today’s prompt based on a street in Dubai. The pretty white lights adorning the trees are mesmerizing. There’s something magical and romantic about walking […]

A Visit to the Tailor… Not my cup of tea

via Daily Prompt: Tailor “Yes“, the tailor, a man in his late fifties, looked up, over the bi-focal glasses, as I pushed open the glass door to his world, a little uncertainly. “I have […]

My BYOB List 1- My favorite Posts

Each post that I have written until date comes straight from the heart. I have enjoyed writing each and every post and have loved reading the comments from fellow readers […]

The Sounds of the Countryside

Daily Prompt : Symphony This poem is based on a place called Nellayi, in Thrissur district, in Kerala (a state on the western coast of India), where my in-laws’ stay. […]

The Last of Goa…

Before I begin, I apologize for delaying this post but I have been travelling and I just couldn’t find the time to write it. So here it is, the last […]

Thirteen Different Smiles…

On Day 6 of the NaPoWriMo Challenge I had written a poem on thirteen ways of looking at the rain. NaPoWriMo: Day 6 – Thirteen Ways of looking at the Rain […]