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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Fettered and free

 
 
Nervously I set out
To grab life by its horns
Changes that I envision
Are not without thorns
 
Puzzling, the actions seem
But that is just the way
Fearful, I admittedly am
Decisions, nothing shall sway
 
Lumped up life, I led
Unwavering the right course
Throwing caution to the winds
Freeing the shackles, I endorse.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Move on

Dead as doornail, my spirits are
Hunger for life, nonexistent by far
 
Threatening to stagnate, my days,
Unless mend, I did, my ways.
 
Blemished, as a consequence of past
Lopsided life was getting too fast
 
A commemorative to be erected
“Her life sapped, now corrected”

Spat with summer

The sun shines bright,
I am gray within
The breezy world beckons
My legs immovable lead
 
The cheery chirping
While I wallow in quiet
The joyous awakening
I choose to give a miss
 
I wait in patient gloom
For the apathetic autumn  
Mirroring my own ennui
Preview to the forbidden frost.
 


"I had a lover's quarrel with the world."
- The epitaph on Robert Frost's grave.


Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Green elephant

 
There’s an elephant in the room.
And it can’t be seen
No matter how much you zoom
He is beyond the screen
 
There are squirrels in the nook
Rainbow birds kissing
But however hard you look
The elephant is missing
 
In the jungle thick and dense
The trees have been
Veiling. If you look in the distance
This elephant is green