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  • Found My Love | Likhith - It was an unusual night. The clouds were dead dark. The moon was hiding Behind the clouds out of fear. The fear of loneliness. It had only one best friend, cloud. It eventually faded away by the wind. The moon was contemplatin About life in the blackout. It don’t know that it was light by… Continue reading Found My Love | Likhith
  • Roads | Vilin Hegde - I saw blood running through the grips of my hands, my teeth clapping with cold, and rain drops hammering onto my face as I rode through this endless path. I’ve been through worse I thought, only to know I haven’t. My mind lost in thought, and my heart beating fast as I saw nothing but… Continue reading Roads | Vilin Hegde
  • I Still Did It | Sanskriti Gupta - Moving from one side of the globe To another Isn’t an easy thing to do But I still did it. Running away from my problems Didn’t gave me solution But I still ran away. Leaving back the people Who were there from the beginning Isn’t a right thing to do But I still left them… Continue reading I Still Did It | Sanskriti Gupta
  • Empty Stomach - Sun sets on another day, There hasn’t been much work, Forget pay; Seeds remain seeds, Stomachs remain the same, Begging on streets, Shame, what shame? Ropes cost less, Vomit, not blood, makes more mess; Another sunrise, Another sunset, Kids don’t move, Nothing to fret; No rain tomorrow, Nothing to wash away the sorrow, So why… Continue reading Empty Stomach
  • Raindrop And A Leaf - A new leaf was born with her pink glow, And a raindrop fell for her He knew, he won’t be able to cling around her for a long time But still he couldn’t help, he was already falling for her, Because he knew, that moment is going to be infinite As he reached her ,… Continue reading Raindrop And A Leaf
  • The Reverberation - The oceans knew who my ancestors were The trees knew what they ate The land knew how they evolved The wind knew where they traveled The skies knew what they benefited The nights knew what they suffered Yes, they know all about us too, but, ‚Ä®With our progeny and those of theirs They refused to… Continue reading The Reverberation
  • Maturity | Nagaraju - Feeling the minute changes in ourselves at one end and being uncomfortable with it at the other end; Applying resilience on the mind after pounding, pummeling and bombarding it with inane thoughts at one end and realizing that so far what made us good may or may not be able to do so in future… Continue reading Maturity | Nagaraju
  • A Little Too Many Questions|Swathy Narayani S. - Knotted cherry stem words, Leave my mouth now, I can’t hold on to the tied syllables anymore. Sweet rotting fruit basket of thoughts, you, in my head, Decay and die, you are more toxic Than the drug I take to hallucinate. Warmth in the cold, fear in the dark, you… How do I escape? Solitude… Continue reading A Little Too Many Questions|Swathy Narayani S.
  • The Night|Neha Mishra - It’s the night I miss you the most… Your fingers on my cheek Your nose rubbing mine And then when you hold me By my waist That is all I miss every night Sleeping beside you Waking up in the middle of the night To see you sleeping Oh! No darling, It’s not lust It’s… Continue reading The Night|Neha Mishra
  • Positivity|R. Ashreya - Oh! The vibes of positivity! With it what do we gain? Well! It just gives us the inertia to sustain any pain! The warmth of the positive Shawl Getting through every adversity And standing erect and tall! It lends us strength in grief Like the stem for the leaf Emphasizing boldness in every molecule To… Continue reading Positivity|R. Ashreya