Raksha Bandhan Threads Published in The Asian Weekly The threads of the festive bond Some silky smooth, some rugged uncouth Some curly frilly, Some pert straight The threads no brother can ever abscond Some hand made Some purchased Some parceled out Some personalized The threads that sing the sibling song Some older ones Some younger … Continue reading The Threads
From ushering the new year to ushering yourself with newness and fresh attitudes to life let's begin the journey with some simple resolutions.
Living in freedom is a personal choice for some. How free are we in the bonded world where we are connected not only by love, but also by hatred.
A brand new year unfolds into a somewhat known and somewhat unknown time ahead. How do we want to spend the year is each person't personal perspective.
You call me mad my child But I love you my dear child. When you tumbled and toddled, My hands always fondled. When you injured your little toe And cried in pain, I smiled, I cheered you up and comforted. Hidden from your eyes I cried for your pain For I felt that pain … Continue reading You call me mad!
A niche I carved for my heart
Of spiritual treats of meditation darts
Tiny crystalline dots of dew, embellish all, not just a few
Where do they hide, before their appearance?
Where do they go, after disappearance?
Do they feel the pains now and ever?