Is It Really Me?

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on crossing the revolving door of real and reel, into the cloakroom of existence by a vivid dreamer.

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A Beguiling Breaking Ground

By Ekasmayi Naresh

Life has certainly taken a spin, and these groundbreaking turn of events have been expressed in this poem, as nature re-enters the limelight.

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Heart Spoke Up!

By Tanvi Ghotage

Groundbreaking isn’t just about the big things in life, sometimes the small achievements and milestones are just as worthy of earning the term ‘breaking ground’.

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Time Through Tinted Lenses

A poem about the spectrum of living, growing, and thriving – all through life, through time in multicolour as colours turn to metaphors.

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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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These Yellow Fever Dreams

A vivid experience of the yellow summer memories, and the joy of childhood.

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Never Give Up

An inspirational poem reiterating that no matter what happens, never give up. You’re a fighter through and through, and there’s a strength within you.

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Maiden of the Sun

“…Through her veins, they breed and bleed / Maiden of the sun, brightest yellow / Spirit so sublime, heart so mellow…” A poem about the sun.

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A Blank Canvas

“As for me, a blank canvas is still the most beautiful piece of art.
Free to become a master piece, whatever the artist wishes to see.”

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Shaheed Ke Ghar Tyohar

A Hindi poem about the hollow celebration of a festival at the home of a martyr (‘Shaheed’).

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Jabberwocky

A poem about the Jabberwocky, a metaphor for ‘fear’ from ‘Alice in Wonderland’, and the fearlessness it brings with being slain.

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