My Little Ball of Fur

The distant chirping of early birdsThe slow rise of the orange sunSignal the time of your arrival.The door gets opened by meAnd a sleepy-faced cat is seenCalmly sitting on the doorstep.Your tiny head pops up to see meAnd instantly comes out a 'meow'Sounding ever so pleasing to me.You rise slowly and stand on all fourBefore … Continue reading My Little Ball of Fur

Oceanic Love

Picture sourced from here Underneath a canopy of the starsWe lay as if the world were oursBlessed us the night sky so divine Making us a couple on cloud nineDeep in the waters a dolphin doveAs I and she felt lost forever in lovePebbles and shells topped the sandAs we lay holding each other's handThe … Continue reading Oceanic Love

Dark House

Picture source Gloom in the air,All over my lair.Heart so frail,In torment I wail.Memories so strong,None did I wrong.Screams deep inside,Abandoned pillow beside.Walls echo her giggles,Accentuate my struggles.Quilt holds her scent,In my heart a dent.Teddy that she hugged,Broods feeling snubbed.Letters from her kindred,Lies scattered unread.Backyard that she admired,Wonders where she retired.Plants that she mothered,Now fall … Continue reading Dark House

Betrothed – Tanka #4

This is part of a series of tanka on the theme 'Betrothed'. The previous poems in this series are given below. Betrothed – Tanka #1Betrothed – Tanka #2Betrothed – Tanka #3 A tanka is a Japanese form of poetry containing thirty one syllables, in five lines of five, seven, five, seven and seven respectively. Thank you for reading … Continue reading Betrothed – Tanka #4

Betrothed – Tanka #3

This is part of a series of tanka on the theme 'Betrothed'. The previous poems in this series are given below. Betrothed – Tanka #1Betrothed – Tanka #2 A tanka is a Japanese form of poetry containing thirty one syllables, in five lines of five, seven, five, seven and seven respectively. Thank you for reading this poem.

Betrothed – Tanka #1

Surprise gift from youAs beautiful as you areI can't stop smilingFor it's your first gift to meLove you so much, my betrothed This is the first in a series of tanka that I would be publishing on the theme 'Betrothed' (and second on the same theme on poetry of any form if you consider my … Continue reading Betrothed – Tanka #1

Compatibility – Haiku

Our lifestyles varyBut our beliefs are the sameHence our love will thrive I have always believed that if a couple has to forge a strong relationship, they need to be compatible with each other in every aspect of life. But of late, my views have changed to some extent. My belief these days is that … Continue reading Compatibility – Haiku

Broken

Picture courtesy – pinterest In wretched silence she sitsPondering over her life of the past few monthsOblivious to the world around her.The separation has been hard on herFor barely were they togetherSince that surreal day at the churchWhen they were declared man and wifeAmidst a small crowd of loved onesTheir eyes full of love and … Continue reading Broken