Walking with no expression. Changing shades Like the rhythm of the sky, Yet – The blurry glass Reflects each hidden jar Of the unrest past. Each sentence Deconstructed. Overthinking. Who am I? In the clasp of the call Beyond the insipid scars; Tenacious beings of the stars Smiling, to rise from each fall Again and again. Unbridled kindness Stitching one to all. Simply inspiring With … Continue reading Human

Maya: incomplete

Note: Read this poem with an open mind and it might just tell you your story. Past of the wooden doors and poignant panes, To the everlasting lands of flora and fae, In an island and a forest with an Enchanting waterfall, leaves abode, Afloat as the dew dwindles down From the hearth in the clouds. She rises from the depths of dawn, Enamored by … Continue reading Maya: incomplete

Static Paths

Wrapped in the moonlit night With a single lamp burning away the sorrow, He lurks with the shadows, Besotted with a beautiful plight. Drips of wax, Encasing his smile, Pinned with charms, every mile Wound together, perhaps – In the dreams of cold winter, A sparkling clash of hues Caught them past the blues, A silhoutte of light, a little brighter. Words fail, with the … Continue reading Static Paths


Once there was a mellow chipper, Stuck in the chasm of endless abyss, The depth drowning the soundless whisper, It was mighty callous. Wandering the foliage of mirth, Glee downtrodden to gloom, The demons enter through the Firth Of dreams, gathering gloom. There is no end to this dismay, The light casted into disarray, Lignin reach out to join this charade, The words strung to … Continue reading Lost


Standing there, With your eyes gleaming like a sin; Smile, lighting up each freckle on you skin, It’s like an endless glow, Cascading; The wind whisking through your soul, The leaves rustling with your lore, The longing continues forth, The warmth leaving her, once more. Faraway, It’s the trial she cannot face Everything crumbles to a facade, Yet, like a fire you cannot restrain, It … Continue reading Faraway