Sailing in The Sky

By Diksha Verma

Some clouds in the sky can’t help but catch our eye. Christina Rossetti’s love for sailing clouds is captured through this photograph.

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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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Clouds

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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Circus of Life

By Simran Ramsay

Each of us has a role to play. Sometimes on a stage, sometimes in a circus. Read about one such circus called life.

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The Show & The Goings-On

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on raging storm and battle: transcending victories and losses, for even in death, the show must go on.

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Alive for the Ardour

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem about how ardour finds its way out in one way or the other. Sometimes it can even look like the ink in one’s journal.

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Perusing for a Passion

By Ekasmayi Naresh

This poem gazes at the poet herself as a mosaic: a combination of all the little passion-filled endeavours and affections that make her whole

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What Lies Waiting?

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A vivid image and fantasy-filled landscape are presented by this poem about the mysteries of all that lies behind a door.

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The Door We Don’t See

By Preeti Kathuria

This poem talks about each aspect of the world beyond a door that it shields us from.

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Doors

By Simran Ramsay

Facing a problem is challenging when there are many ways out, other than the right thing to do. This poem shows the outcome of 3 such doors.

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My Rearview Mirror

By Krishna Advani

The following poem is on the deceptively rosy picture that the past often appears as in the metaphorical ‘rearview mirror’, seeming to be far brighter than the colours of the present.
CAUTION: Objects seem brighter than they appear.

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