The winter aid.

let me sleep, I am tired of my grief I would like you to, Love me, love me, love me I think a huge part of growing up is reconciling with the idea that sometimes love is not enough. I mean, your mind asks you how could that not be enough, you love each other […]

Who are we?

What good is my memory, Against the giant machine of this world? What is it that I cannot forget today, When we will be bleached bones Under the midnight sun tomorrow? My life, a tiny fraction of the Universe How does it become unbearable tangled in the inconsistencies of everyday? How can the universe not […]

Hope

Sometimes I have to ask myself to take the time out to write. Sometimes I have to press the time out button on reality But there is no time out button, is there? There are only seconds you are willing to forgo for your own mental health. So here is to the kitten with its […]

It’s okay. 

I looked up to the sky today, it was a phenomenon. I’ve been good lately, the crying stops before my eyes swell up, the ache is dimming The pain feels like a bad memory, and you, well you feel like a friend. So, I was good today, till I looked up to the sky and […]

Why?

Sometimes, the stack of everything I wish I could tell you almost overflows. It brims over my cup, and I create yet one more lane in the mad maze city that is my file on  you. The list is endless, everyday I run into a word, a song, a rhyme or even the way the […]

Awaiting.

The act of waiting is a disaster in itself On identical steel chairs, the television bleeding out mindlessness The machine works and reworks a dozen nervous breaths The rancid smell of cool air fills the room Everyone is sweating inside their carefully draped clothes. There is something extremely pathetic about the faces Lined with anxiety, […]

How do you?

How do you casually tell someone that their existence is the highlight of your day? Step one, you construct the sentence in your head, gentle and quiet, the words linger in the air for a moment.  Step two, you wonder at how the desert inside you that you have been accustomed to has disappeared, and […]