Joys of Being Human

The joy of being human, Living on different worlds, When ours falls and dies; Escaping to temporary illusions, When the reality falls to crumbles; Basking on the fire far away, While the very same fire destroys everything; Fighting over petty things, Things that are forgotten an instant later; Coveting over stupid things, Only to throw … Continue reading Joys of Being Human


Small transient moments of joy, Blanketed by the envelopes of sorrow, With contempt on every crevasse, under every stone. Live life as thus, Soldiering ahead, The Grand Delusion; A mist of illusion, Of a life well-lived. Nothing “special”, nothing “unique” Everything “special”, Everything “unique”, The thick flaps of mediocrity overcomes us all, All of us … Continue reading Mediocrity

A Titleless Poem #001

I taste reality, The sour phases of existence, The dour lives of people, Bitter and unhappy souls, carrying corpses. Frustration kills me, As I go in and out of tune, The taste was better yesterday, It was sweet the day before, And yet, today it is damning. In and out of lucidity, I understood the … Continue reading A Titleless Poem #001

Dying Embers

The fire coughs, and dies, The cold wind whistles, The last glow illuminates the horrors, The untamed deadly wild, The unknown beyond. Everyone huddles up, afraid, Darkness surrounds them, Suffocating and killing their minds. The dying embers are unassuming, Are they the tools of light, joy? Or are they the slow anger of the night? Are … Continue reading Dying Embers

The Boy Who Dared

The darkness creeps up to the woods, Pure, horrible and sickly fascinating. The beasts whimper and scuffle away, The nocturnals hunt, their red eyes shine. Supernatural evils rule and roam the woods, Their malevolent presence: frightening; killing. Their sickly hair growing off decaying skeletons, They are the Kings of the Woods. But there is a … Continue reading The Boy Who Dared