Those soldiers of history - Protectors of Rajputana pride. You burn, threat and cause havoc, All in your Queen's name. My modern day knights - Sirs - I need your help - My Mothers and Sisters ain't also safe 'round here.
You're a vessel - An' I'm pouring all my emotions, my feelings, my thoughts - All of me - Into You. Hide it away, dear - Keep 'em safe - Keep' em safe with you. And wherever you might go one day, From one man to another, Just remember - You carry me - With … Continue reading Into You ( Always)
My body sticks to yours - Just as a human tongue to icy metal. ' Tis so cold, love - Cold - like being in Death's arms. And together - you and me – We - Will result in nothing but darkness, Just as the union of sea and sun does.
Inside a bowl – There was a fish , Gold as gold could be. I admired it for a while , The way she moved her head, Cuttin' through the water. I bent down and tapped the Glass , Watchin' the sweet fish fly , For a moment - her Eyes met mine, Through that … Continue reading Fish — Inside A Bowl.
Out on the road - Wild wind consumed our lungs, Many ways were there to travel on, But we had our eyes on one. Fast as wind we flew, Up towards the hill. Alas, I wished we could stop an' see - The sheer beauty of flowers and trees. Soon - we reached the hill-top, … Continue reading One.
Once during the summer, I came across a grave , Upon which - I couldn't make out the name . And there was some land ― left Which I felt - Would be one day - mine to rest. He could've been someone's lover , Could've been someone's son, And would someone, somewhere in … Continue reading A Man Whose Name I Didn’t Knew
Death - was at my door to-day, She rang the bell, And ran away. So, should I be up in arms? That she didn't think of me - As worthy of a visit. Or maybe I should be pleased - For she decided not to come-in. Reckon - I should wait, 'Cause eventually … Continue reading Death Was At My Door To-day
Like the waves - ( Reviens) Like the winds- (Reviens) O! Passin' time- Lost memories and- Men. So, we can share another smile, Say the words - Unsaid. And someday - Together - tired, May depart - Peacefully and- Content.
Red roses, blue - I see What 'bout you? I see birds swim in winds, And fishes fly high o'er water. I see sky meet the ocean, When a red glimmer glows across the horizon, And great Sun starts to sink. I see 'em trees dance, And in those silent nights - Shadows sings to … Continue reading Red Roses, Blue – I See
Future, far beyond our eyes, Past is what we can't retrieve. I cried when I was born, And my people will cry, When I'll be gone. We're all walkin' in the dark, Unaware of our fate, Hopin' we'll leave our mark. Can't see the way we'll pave - We shouldn't fear goin' to … Continue reading Rhyme Of Life ( Until Death Strikes)
-- At Peace? Can you promise me such a Life, dear Death? As you rob me of this Life, of existence, of myself. For men will live- And minds will think- Alas, souls will have to suffer too. So, how will I know? That their mind ain't mine, Their thoughts ain't mine, Their egony ain't … Continue reading To My Love : 2
Waitin' , been waitin' When will she come for me? Oh-how beautiful must she be! I can't tell, for I've never seen. Hope- she kisses me on the cheeks, Runs her fingers through my hair, Slowly - I'll fall- into an Endless Sleep. Together we'll walk, hand-in-hand, Through the gates of life, On … Continue reading To My Love : I
A bird without waving wings, Lies- under a Guava tree, Just in front of my home. She-as still as the night, Motionless as leaf bereft of wind. Her beak a bit o-pen, Like longing to sing another song. Her wings folded- Crushed, yet how I hoped, She would again take a flight. Oh! The … Continue reading A Bird- Lies Under A Guava Tree (Wings)
I greeted Death at a crossroad, In the middle of the night. She look'd at me- Through my own eyes And then she did beckon'd me, Oh- I flushed with joy! But a voice from somewhere inside, Said :"To come to me- You'll have to leave Mother-life behind ". (Was it Death's or mine?) … Continue reading I Greeted Death At A Crossroad