Category Archives: Poetry

Conversations with a Roman girl

Soulless you aren’t my dear,
fear is the most potent
of all curses which hold you back,
in a sack, wishing and wanting
someone take you out discover
your strength, your will,
none will appear, it is you still,
perfectly fitting the bill,
to drag you, flag you,
as the chosen one!
Only then hoards will come,
appreciating what you bring,
your voice, how you sing,
the hymn of life, open your heart,
close your eyes, aimlessness dies
And leap for a fresh new start
 

Begging bowl

Uncontrollable passion
I just want to dance
I may be found insane
Inane, crazy, half wit, with no brain
these feet don’t want to stop
The rhythm is given by the beat of the heart
Hoo Hoo Haq hoo,
the beggar’s call, mighty fall
nothing matters, nothing at all
Is this the moment, to remove senses
No time no tenses,
No boundaries no fences,
Totally immersed in the ocean of love
Nothing seems of any value
Shaking head, dancing feet
being the sole answer
Worldly possessions seem cancer
Want to get rid of these tumours
All facts, findings mere rumours
And leave all my possessions
belongings, frustrations
just me and bare I
Urges wish to die, then die
I dance and I dance
Darwish has woken up in a trance
Never ever going to sleep again
senses regain, nothing
just a desire to move
in this rhythm of eternity
Index fingers moving up,
Doesn’t know where to stop
Begging you to hold my hand
Make me understand
What I am going through

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Memories

It only takes a minute
for Bishop to enter the church
to say your vows
forgetting old rows
to call for forgiveness
to repent, and dent
that aloof stance
that all is nothing
I am the only thing
In town, don’t frown
Truth is hard, get up, go
And show, there is still some
humility, decency, humble currency
left, otherwise soon you retire, expire
so will your acts, tacts,
No few second memories
Just void, devoid of smile
as soon as beep goes flat