It's your universe. It's your story. So here dear, you are the sun. You are not just a planet, Revolving around someone else. Here, you are the sun. Don't let them fool you, Into acting like what you are not. For here, you are the sun. You are burning alive inside, Not yet burnt out [...]
The rain drops fall Slowly at first, As if afraid to touch the earth, As if scared of its response. One by one, They gauge its warmth, As if to know if it is ready, As if to know how hard to fall. The rain picks up speed, More confident with every new moment, As [...]
Once in a while, Take off those sneakers, Take off those socks, To step barefoot on the grass. Allow it to touch your soles. Allow its tips To gently tingle them, To quietly relax them. Once in a while, Break down the barriers Between nature and you, To step out of your bubble. Allow yourself [...]
Twinkle, twinkle, they go In a dark expanse. Evoking awe, they go On a faraway land. Wink, wink, they go Looking down at me. Speaking silently, It will all be alright.
I know you are uncertain of me. I know you think I'm unpredictable. And you are right. But trust me once To see what I can help you be. I'll be the wind to your fire. I know I'm too fast to be seen, Too soft to be heard, Too this and that to be felt. [...]
I like the sound The waves make Every time They travel ashore. I like the rhythm They put on display Each time They quietly die down. I like the peaceful chord They strum in my heart Every time They come and go. I like the waves For what they play Each time For me, on [...]
They fell quietly, Without letting anyone know. They fell ardently, Like it was the right thing to do. Their time was up, That they knew. There was no point holding on. So why leave behind a few? They carpeted the ground That they used to stare down at. Touched it with a light bounce, The [...]
The water's tranquillity, When given the wings of wind, Makes out of it Something unimagined, Shapes something like the risen sea. Its power, Which once lay quiet, Comes out as Something unimagined, Shapes something like the risen sea.
Flapping their wings, Noiselessly gliding, I see them. Dropping a tinge of colour In a monotone concrete-scape, I see them. Spreading a magic Of smiles around, I see them. Telling of what could come Out of a cocoon, I see them. Knowing they see me, Just like I see them, I see the butterflies.
That big white ball In the night sky Takes me by surprise Every single time. It makes me feel So small and vulnerable, Even though it is So very far. That proud luminance In the midst of utter darkness Can stump my pride Like a paper crumpled. A strange symbol Of romance and tranquillity, It [...]