Magical Moon

For centuries, poets have sung paeans in praise of the beauty of the moon. Lovers have wooed by comparing their love to the moon. On a full moon night, the moonlight can enthrall many with its magical ambiance. The moon has been waxing and waning at it’s own pace, appearing in full glory once a … Continue reading Magical Moon

Point of View

The story of the blind men trying to describe an elephant by touching a part of the elephant’s body is ubiquitous. Life, in my opinion, has so many facets that it is difficult for the human mind to grasp it’s full implication. Probably the reason why we have so many philosophers, religious preachers and also … Continue reading Point of View

No Rainbows

An endless night. Kept awake by screams Inside the head And hunger In their bellies. Endless streams of tears, Like torrential rain, Creating a haze around the eyes. A country, Now no longer theirs. Uprooted from their land Forced into a life of vagabonds! A dream shattered. Struggles threaten to break resolve. Ends never seeming … Continue reading No Rainbows

Extraordinary?

Extraordinary? That’s certainly not me! In simple things I find my glee. Extraordinary? That’s not me! Content on an existence Simple and worry-free. Extraordinary? The celestial bodies may be so! I am dull as lead Not blue blooded, only red. Extraordinary? No questions can arise about this. No tricks up my sleeve Strive hard to … Continue reading Extraordinary?

The Champion Eleven

A band of men;  They were actually eleven. Dreamt a dream Yet unthought of, unseen.    India, the country; Not yet free. The British were then Superior in every domain.    The year was 1911 When this band of barmy men, Decided to take on the rulers Soccer grounds, their test of character.    Studs … Continue reading The Champion Eleven