Where Are You, Now?

Waiting to Fall In Love Again

Where Are You, Now?

Waiting to see the moon turning blue again

Waiting to pick the flower with the fragrance of moon

Waiting to hear your favourite tune on guitar for the flowery hours

Waiting to fixate my eyes on phone while breaking the guitar

Waiting to go in the rain while dropping tears over the phone

Waiting to live in the moon again after the rain

Where are you, now?

An Awkward Confession

An Awkward Confession 10Aug2015

An Awkward Confession

The wire of sentiments

Are filled in the people’s heart

They teach you so many lessons

But failed to process on the real quad


While putting the armour around their waist

They seek to believe on all those positive signs,

But when it’s time to fight

They will run back to the simple life


Huh! It must’ve been hard to

Make a void in their loop

With a pint of truth and cowardliness

They seem to be happy by peeping through their hoop


Between ‘The Sour Taste of Success’

And ‘The Juicy Sweetness of Failure’

They choose nothing.

And they sing a wishful song during their tenure


You could sip your plain coffee

By ignoring a spoon with a big sugar cube

Just need a bit of courage to dream

and avoid the future-awkwardness of facing You?

I am a Thinking Cup

I am a Thinking Cup 11June15

I am a thinking cup

Silent, staring straight with a hoodie

I capture

Thoughts, words, memories;

A picture of you

And a cup of coffee

The last dance,

The rain with a singing lady,

A hideous horse rider, a ghost

And the science fiction story;


So don’t pinch me on my back

I might ignore you by mocking,

I’d disappoint you

If you were looking for a perfect answer from me,

I try to connect dots, fixate situations in mind

Contemplate conclusion out of misery,

Oh, do you misjudge me when I smiled at you

There is a whole different world inside me, just expressing;

Because I am always imagining

Right or wrong, what do I care?

I am just a thinking cup!

I Want to Follow the Rules

Last day of NaPoWriMo2015 Challenge and the score is 30/30. Challenge’s Nailed! :)

I So Want to Follow the Rules

Day 30

I so Want to Follow the Rules

What if

You go to top of the mountain

Take a sip of cranberry juice

And pour the rest on you to make a stain


What if

You go to office

Take ten grams of marijuana

And dance over your shit


What if

You go to some federal office

Take out some weird book with candles

Read out some black magic


I remembered

Those people told me to follow the rule

Then they went back to their strategy

And manipulate the terms with money-boom!

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Need Cappuccino?

Need Cappuccino

Day 29

Need Cappuccino?

I was little late

For the new chapter to begin,

Page after page, I turned over

But I got nothing;


Many fascinated coincidences

Were lined up in the congested life-lane

But every time it started with her smile

Ended with the twist in the tale;


At that moment, I seemed to be discouraged

With my devastated belief,

Back to back, two cups of cappuccino

And I was the man, ready to ride on wheels;


The chapter is new and fresh

But It needs a little polishing,

For the sake of rising again

I have to caress my music string!

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The Fountain, The Cloud & The Bridge

The poem is based on the prompt ‘Bridge’ given in NaPoWriMo Blog.

The Fountain The Cloud & The Bridge

Day 28

The Fountain, The Cloud & The Bridge

A long lost cloud

Touched the top mountain

Wishing to rain

On this precious fountain


Easy as it seemed

The memoirs of love remained in the heart

The sky became limited

Only the royal bridge could reach to the crust


 A bridge

That could associate two loved one

A bridge

That could connect the chanter

A bridge

That could enhance the possibilities of random outcome

A bridge

That could lead the history on memorandum


On the deep valley, under thousands of stars

The fountain is still waiting to be filled again

And within the miserable lane through the sky

The cloud is still looking for that bridge to rain!

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Butterfly Boy

First time I have written a poem based pre-set prompt by NaPoWriMo. Today’s Prompt is hay(na)ku created by Eileen Tabios. So, here it is.

Journey to Survive

Day 27

Butterfly Boy


Chases you,

Leading the sky



Teaches you

How to fly



Shows you

Nausea of lie



Makes you

Stronger than Butterfly



For you

But let’s try!

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The Characterization of an Artist

Artist's Character

Day 26

The Characterization of an Artist

You may find us

At many different places

Staring in your eyes

Showing emotions in bits and pieces


You may want to chat with us

After getting an exposure of our creativity

Which instantaneously gives

The quintessential way of seeing the life-theory


You may have a feeling for us

But we could often disappoint

On a mutual exchange

Of similar momentum within our heart


We smile, we clap

We become hyperactive, we are enthusiastic

But when and why?

Even we need to determine this understanding


You need to be careful with us

Because we trust on anybody so easy

And the covalent bond we create with you

You must not disgrace the meaning of it

Because that can ignite the new charismatic story

Which could implode the universe in our memory!

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An Ultimate way to Win

An Ultimate way to Win

Day 25

An Ultimate way to Win

There may be

Hundred ways to kill the mockingjay

There may be

Thousands ways to begin the success tale

But I would rather go and enjoy

Those infinite possibilities to fail

For experiencing the aroma of success

At the end!

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Side Effect of being a Fool

Side-Effect of being a Fool

Day 24

Side Effect of being a Fool

The remedies of pestered conversation can be

The twisting plot of vengeance

With lecture of smart lessons

For making an ultimate silence;


The fool will try harder,

Bake your head, talk it loud

And blabber million curses

But you make sure he won’t get a doubt;


After all this hotchpotch,

Once you formed the prospect to demolish,

The question will be raised,

“Who is the real foolish?”

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