Stupid Adam & Eve

30Apr- Stupid Adam & Eve

Stupid Adam & Eve

Adam and Eve

Went up the hill,

Loosen up their feet,

Lied down to chill;


Isolated from the world

To ignite the new relationship,

Work out on their problems

Dancing their heart out until they flipped;


They roll down to the ground.

Poor funny souls!

Want to be illogical,

And often laugh at each other’s faults!


They are mysterious not so grumpy.

Childish as they were before;

Now, who’s going to tell them

That they are in love?


Completing NaPoWriMo 2017 challenge with the 30th poem. It’s been a pleasure participating and even successfully completing the poetry month challenge four years straight in a row. I am sure that with this, I will get back enthusiasm and energy back for writing more and more, not just poetry but stories and even, a novel (ahh… a long time procrastinated dream)

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Helena Mccarthy has Attitude Problem

25Apr - Helena Mccarthy has an Attitude Problem

Helena Mccarthy has an Attitude Problem

Miss Helena Mccarthy,

A poster lady

In her sweet 30s,

Often shows up in her velvety gown

At her front door in the morning 7:30


Miss Helena Mccarthy,

A princess alike beauty,

Looks up for something

And gets disappointed to find nothing

In the entire territory


Miss Helena Mccarthy,


A hapless victim of this society,

May want to have a reason to say ‘Hi’

But gives up as they think she’s too sexy


Miss Helena Mccarthy,

Who’s taught to learn four languages

Only to communicate with her diary,

Dresses up every evening for an imaginary man

Who can at least say, “Dear Ms. Mccarthy!”


25th poem of NaPoWriMo 2017 series!

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A Slice of Love or What?



A magic beyond any defined line,

Greater than the galaxy

Spread across the sky.

Dance, my love, like the moon;

Touche, for our earthly pride!

When you rejoice

I fall into the light,

But right after the beat,

You’ll have me on your sight.

Repetition seems to be our only common Jazz.

Are we still furious at the little slice of our life?

A tear dropped on a key of the piano.

Who knows who’s humming now,

You, me or fools like us staring at the infinite?