Sunday, 14 August 2016
Monday, 11 July 2016
Tuesday, 3 May 2016
He was from India, She from New York
Met as friends, soon became lovers
3 glorious years they spent together
But alas, summons came from home
And he had to leave.
That last night, they met by the airport
A sweet, deep kiss. Neither wanted to stop
Salty tears just made things harder
But all hope was not lost,
You see... the kiss was a promise of Forever
60 years later
This time another kiss
Surrounded by family and the ones they loved
This time, the summons were for her.
Their years together seemed too short.
Heavy hearts and salty tears,
This time another kiss,
Yet again, it wasn't really farewell,
But a promise of forever.
Sunday, 24 April 2016
Saturday, 2 April 2016
Forget all your troubles
Come to me my love
Tonight’s all we have
For memories, years from now
Forget about the future
The confusions and doubts of the past
Tonight, let’s dance together
Till tomorrow dawns bright
Let’s join together
Hearts, bodies, souls and minds
Now’s not the time for promises
But the time to rejoice and delight
Forget about them and their rules
Forget about the consequences which follow
Let’s forget everything, ourselves even
And just be here, now, soul to soul
All that remains now, is you and I
All that is here, is hearts beating alike
The fears and the overthinking can follow tomorrow
But for now, let’s just be, souls intertwined
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
I have read and heard several passionate posts of people talking about the cost of silence. I thought I understood, but I didn’t. Not until it affected my own life. They say that personal experience is the pathway to true learning. They are right.
Many of us keep our silences for a variety of reasons – it’s not worth it. Yes, speaking may cause disharmony, but it allows us to experience and share what we feel before it becomes an exaggerated, complicated mess. I have learnt that speaking up can prevent a lot of problems from even happening and ultimately, it sets you free.