Category: Poetry

Shruti Rajkumar  |  December 28, 2020
If you could change anything in this world, what would it be? Would you be rid of poverty? Or greed? Would you wipe out all the “wicked” people and set...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  October 12, 2018
  When I think of the word ‘meditation’—given my Indian upbringing and context—it conjures up images of sanyasis and gurus in orange robes, sitting cross-legged with eyes closed, either on...
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Shobana Vetrivel  |  December 18, 2017
I am a book lover and most of what captivates my thoughts, imagination and inspiration, especially relating to spiritual life, comes from writing in any form or words verbally expressed....
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Maria Joy  |  November 30, 2015
Love Notes in the Sky Sitting on my bed I let out a sigh, Pulled down by my worries, and tired, I cried, How do I get past this, where...
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Christy Gogu  |  March 30, 2015
As she opens her beautiful big eyes and gives me a new morning smile, I feel my heart swell up and my eyes keep the smile for a while. As...
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Shobana Vetrivel  |  January 19, 2015
“When I am an old woman I shall wear purple With a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me. And I shall spend my pension on brandy and...
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Sakshi Verma  |  August 18, 2014
UNANSWERED I look at the sun And to myself, question Who am I? Who will I be? Who am I supposed to be? Night and day these questions haunt me...
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