“Grief is the price we pay for love.”

By Ramitha Ramesh

Grieving isn’t always for the dead. Sometimes you feel grief for the living. And sometimes, it’s the only way you know you loved.

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Broadway In The Sky

By Tejas Kulkarni

What do you see in the sky when you look up? This poem captures the different things each of us views in the vast expanse of cotton candy white and beautiful shades of blue.

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By Simran Ramsay

Time moves differently when you gaze at something beautiful. This musing slows time around nature’s spectacle of clouds in the sky.

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Clouded by You

By Aastha Katyal Pant

A cloud can be a poet’s muse or a poet’s enemy. This piece is one of persistence despite the blues a cloud brings, and striving through it.

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The Heavens

Couple a boring Applied Mechanics with a particularly imaginative wandering mind, and you have a beautifully descriptive poem about Heaven!

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A Pretty Word #1

Ever felt an emotion that you can’t really find a word for? This one captures just that!

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Road to Kedarnath

“… travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living. “

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An Ode To The Rain

I have always loved you in bits and pieces,
Never full, never all-at-once.

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An illusory irony

A sequence of seeming nothingnesses lasting seemingly short. An illusory irony: And I sit there, watching the sky invert colours from a clear, pastel blue to a splotchy pink, like it’s reversed itself—inside out. And I know what that sky looks like because whenever this happens, I look at it. And I look at it…

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