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I’ll drink the tears

I’ll drink the tears

I’ll drink the tears that wet your eyes The smile that adorns your face I’ll make sure it never dies I’ll take your sorrows upon myself Sadness won’t find a place Whenever you fall, or need a shoulder When tears find no place to hide You won’t have to look around You’ll always find me by your side I love you and I’ll say it a million times One day I know the strings shall strike And before you know it, you will be mine.   That’s it … Read entire article »

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Why roses are naked…

Why roses are naked…

As I opened my Facebook page today, I saw a wall post by a Tikuli Doggra, a very dear friend of mine. She had posted a few lines from a poetry written by Pablo Neruda. I just couldn’t resist coming up with these lines in response Roses are naked, no dress to wear Coz its beauty doesn’t find it fair To conceal the fragrance That speaks of love In every breath of fresh air Concealed are the roots Of the … Read entire article »

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Life aint a morning walk

Life aint a morning walk

The following lines are dedicated to all those people who felt I couldn’t get anywhere in life and tried pretty hard to convince me about it too. Today, I really want to thank them for all that they have done. If it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t be  what I am today. Life aint a morning walk It’s a god damn race And I am gonna win it Whatever it takes You may think I am bad, Not good enough But sorry my … Read entire article »

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Silent Screams

Silent Screams

Silent screams I hear day and night They pound my head and give me a fright Invisible faces before me all the time Their sullen eyes staring at mine Hearts bleeding no pain they feel I clean the stains off my hands Hoping their wounds would heel ‘Blind your eyes, deafen your ears’ They tell me as I sleep. ‘We’ll be there even in your dreams Do what you like, try what you may There is no escape, from our silent screams P.S. We spend our lives … Read entire article »

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