Globally, the lure of power is something I can never understand. Men of ripe age wanting authority over a divided people, in a raging pandemic, faltering economy, and destroyed environment. There must be something about power and the privileges that makes one want to embrace the worst possible stress and constant criticism and scrutiny, everyContinue reading “The Lure of Power”
#SundayPrompt #SilverLeafPoetry #PoetryContest Today’s Entry https://www.instagram.com/p/CHUV3kUlH_p/?igshid=n9lya2d0krdt Some day they will wonderWhere did all the people go?With their dreams and deedsNow rust and patina buried deepEntangled moss and frothWas it life incompleteOr how it was meant to be?They find a tiffin box withRemnants of a mealA torn cloth – a shroud or a veilWho will tell?BuriedContinue reading “Lost”
This lush photograph was taken by me in April 2019 during a walk in front of the Hyatt House in Parsippany, New Jersey. It is a reminder of how things have changed in the past one year. The office I was visiting in that locality has closed it’s physically presence. I may have revisited thisContinue reading “The Walk of Life”
The unending scar smirksRemnants of a battleWhere, I, the enablerStoked hatred and angerUnleashed on me in nightsBlack as your soulOr, may be, I was the dark oneLiving, loving the miseryStaying on, when I shouldHave been long gone!