To speak of loss Such courage and strength One must have! The pain constricts the lungs And stealing one's breath. How broken the voice is As you try to speak The words one must say There is the pen, But the pain unsteadies the hand and tears blur the page. Speaking of loss, Let it … Continue reading Untitled #002
These are not dark timesEven on this day of lossOf songs, tears, and laughterHearts are broken and clouds cover the skyWho'd dare try to blanket your brightness!On this dim day with the family and friends you've touchedSongs are sung of your brillianceA harmonious universe of love, warmth,Gratitude, loss, and heartacheVerses that bring forth tears and … Continue reading Songs, Tears, and Laugther
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New poem up now on my Patreon page!These are not dark timesEven on this day of lossOf songs, tears, and laughterHearts are broken and clouds cover the skyWho'd dare try to blanket your brightness!Gain early access to read the complete poem now!
The Rebel's Silhouette: Selected Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, translated by Agha Shahid Ali. I got this volume of select poems on loan from a friend. One of the features I thought was cool when I borrowed it, was that this translated edition contains Faiz select poems in a bilingual Urdu/English format. By no means, … Continue reading Summer Reading List #004
Everything before today means nothing, seems to be the world today. Ignoring the edification one can gain from the tribulations and victories of those afore. To plough through and learn nothing of the past — pure and utter foolishness! Stagnant water is poison! Everything before today matters not, if today is the same as yesterday. … Continue reading Untitled #001
So... you remember that web series I promised?
Hey, father of mine, happy birthday! 27 years. Can you believe it’s been 27 years since we last seen each other? I’m turning 28 this year! Far from being an adult. Honestly, not much of note has happened since we last parted. I’ve grown much taller - still short though - and I can speak … Continue reading 28 Years