It had been a delightful dinner, A hearty meal topped with some interesting conversations Leaving one satiated. After all isn’t that what friends are for? You spend time with them To be left with happiness, lingering like an aftertaste for many days thereafter.   Picking our choice of desserts We had just returned back From … Continue reading Sacrifice

Rain-On an Autumn’s Day

Rain, Lightly drips, Riding on wind’s wings. Playfully attempts to touch All. It Hangs like a veil, obscuring Gentle, cottony, Rain or mist? Doubt. Oddquain is a short, usually unrhymed poem consisting of seventeen syllables distributed 1, 3, 5, 7, 1  in five lines only as a poem, developed by Glenda L. Hand. Mirror oddquains … Continue reading Rain-On an Autumn’s Day

Obnoxious hunger

Initially it had resided Inside the belly; Like a niggling pain, A discomfort That needed to be attended, prompt. Humans learnt that this was called hunger- A manifestation of the body to recharge by drawing nutrients From natural substances And sustain itself. For some, this daily discomfort, This recurring pain Became an irritant That needed … Continue reading Obnoxious hunger

An evening on a beach

The breeze today; Impetuous and whimsical, Like a boisterous child, goes prancing and running, Swinging and swaying, With short bursts of energy, All over the sea beach.   It pulls and tugs, At clothes and shrugs, Inviting peals of laughter, Aiming for a girl’s hat thereafter.   Then all of a sudden There is a … Continue reading An evening on a beach