The vanishing Grandmas

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The night was calm and cool, perfect for a sound sleep .But my son was disturbed and complaining, “not feeling sleepy”. I was so tired after the day’s work, so patted him and once again doomed into deep sleep.

As if in dream, I could hear someone weeping. That brought me back to senses. My son was standing near the window and crying. I rushed to him to find, what went wrong. He was staring at the stars and tears flooding down his cheeks. Continue reading “The vanishing Grandmas”

Ray of hope

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The door to freedom opened at last

The door to the world where he belongs

Behind the bars counting even seconds

 As Death at any time could grab and strangle

Three and half decades dragging and dreadful

Never had he thought he will be back home

 While Neighbour country stamped him a spy

His own country left him to destiny

Half of his life wasted in darkness

Till he alighted, at this promising rebirth Continue reading “Ray of hope”


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After the day’s routine hubbub

I squeezed some time for a stroll

Roamed through the empty street

To reach the silent meadow

Stretched on the grassy carpet

Eyes set at the dark sky

With stars blinking here and there

Mild wind stirring the leaves

My mind so wild urging for release

With closed eyes I let loose my thoughts Continue reading “MEMORIES”