Category Archives: Poetry

Mathematics 

If maths runs the earth, I prefer living on Mars; The teacher’s pen destroys my paper, with nasty sad scars Ratios and proportion, what ’bout my concentration?’ sets and integers, Bring confusion and tears, A quadratic equation, brings easy frustration, A linear equation? I’m all in desperation! I’ve heard there’s life on Mars, And if…

A CALL

She was alone at home (In New city) feeling loneliness, Scared And in tension how She will face her first day in office Out of sudden Her cell rang and a familiar voice was there He told her what to do How to behave How to remain motivated AND EVERYTHING And again a call vanish…

The Call

I heard someone calling my name one day, My imagination or really I can not say. It was the voice of a painful soul, The voice was from far, and old. It was wispy and husky, Like was somebody, From the past. Somebody from the dead anon. The voice did hypnotize. For I followed it…

Those Magical Tears

When at late nights I go in blanket I don’t know why my heart remember her unknowingly I don’t make any additional efforts to remember her It comes automatically And then I open my mobile for reading some of  memorable screenshot of our chats On reading 2 to 3 slides I feel some of tears…

The Punk

My brother’s mad on motorcars. Although, if you happened to ask him about the steering. He’d probably reply its a handlebar. It happened like this one fine day. We were at his friend’s house to play. His friend called us to the garage and showed us the Punk,   His daddy’s latest piece of junk…

The Beggar Man

I saw him sitting on the dusty footpath one day As he tried to shelter his brown body from the scorching sun ofMay, He was dressed in dirty rags, torn here and there As each passer-by went, he would only mournfully stare His brows were shaggy, his hair was greyish white With his little bowl…