On a walk down the amnesiac memory lane, he discovered everything wrong between them. Continue reading On a walk down the amnesiac memory lane…
Light the way, My guiding star. Lead the way to my heart, Your art, Shall dictate new possibilities. I give in to this opportunity. I could only sleep, Or dream. There’s nowhere in between. Show the way, My guiding star, To brand new days, And spirits marred. All in good faith, May I follow your light, May I hear your plight, And bend the will … Continue reading Paakhi’s Lullaby
Broken hearts intertwined in a metaphor, Shattered pieces lost in the wind, soundlessly squandered with time fleeting by. Piercing eyes watching her every move in the mirror, Descrying herself piece by piece, She was her own foe. The newly acquired loneliness calmed her, fixing her weeping soul with its gentle touch of woe. -Asavari Singh Continue reading Broken Hearts
She’s seen you through your first heartbreak. Killed the wasp who dared to sting you, Never let an insect near you. You poured your heart out to her and she soaked it all up. She felt the emotions you did. You spent 4 years dealing with each other’s mood swings, Didn’t spare a person who dares disrespect the other. Bore each other’s silence and celebrated … Continue reading They
I remember I once saw the pigs fly, Amongst the milky white clouds, Leading me to the end of a rainbow. I remember I expected a pot of gold, With a cute little leprechaun on top of it, But instead, I found big mushrooms, I remember the small people living in them, Reminding me of Alice, And her journey in wonderland, I … Continue reading I Remember
I was looking back at the past, the very beginning and reminiscing. How long until I let go and move on? How long until I get freed of the shackles that bind me from head to toe?How long until I free my mind and shake off all the thoughts that bind me to my past? I’m trying. Trying so hard to shake it off, all … Continue reading How Long?
The biggest challenge facing emotional well-being today A report released by Common Sense Media, which was covered by Fox News as well as The New York Times, found that 72 percent of teens feel the urge to immediately respond to their phone notifications, and 59 percent of parents feel their teens are addicted to their mobile devices. The numbers are steep and concerning, but the … Continue reading Altered Realities