May 31, 2011

T for Tranquil


Sitting here alone, lights a glow
No need to hide, the feelings show
I'm at peace, your pictures burnt
A lesson here I have learned

Out of the trance, I'll never cry

Admitting that love can surely die
I've won the war, now you are still
Never again will I be tranquil.

May 23, 2011

Symbol of Love and Togetherness

~*Symbol of Love and Togetherness*~

Despite the presence of many religions and their custom one common ritual that is celebrated in all the religions of India is the ceremony of Mehandi. Mehandi ceremony is celebrated a day prior to the wedding where every female in the wedding applies Mehandi which is considered as auspicious and enhances the celebration mood. 

Mehandi symbolizes a sign of fertility in many cultures but generally, Mehandi symbolizes the love and affection of a husband for his wife. The darker the color of Mehandi, more deep is the love of the husband and her mother-in-law. This is the reason that it is applied almost on all the important occasions like Indian marriages, Karva Chauth, Rakhi, Teej and Diwali etc. Today, Mehandi ceremony has become a grand affair and is celebrated along with sangeet where some are dancing and singing on Dholak, these days DJ system have also become very popular and some are some are sitting and are applied Mehandi on their hands.

Llinked to  ABC Wednesday, show your world Tuesday and Macro Monday.     

May 20, 2011

R for Rain Drop

~*Rain Drop*~
A Raindrop is born
  In a cloud
Like a pearl in an oyster.
Until it is too heavy
And falls out
Of its nest.
It bumps into other droplets 
On its journey down.
Over and over again.
Gravity pulls the raindrop down
To strike water or earth
And one day it evaporates.
             Llinked to  ABC Wednesday, show your world Tuesday and Macro Monday.                                 

May 08, 2011

Q for Quatrefoil

(Quatrefoil:-four-petaled flower

  A flower grew out of the ground
A tiny flower from the dirt
A tiny living soul from underground
A baby crawling from the dirt
A little innocence of wild color
A tiny spark of hope
A tiny pleasure free of charge
A flower that I called my own
A little baby ran towards it
A tiny flower crushed beneath the feet
A little human innocence
A little bliss destroyed by ignorance
A little flower dead on the ground
A little baby jumping up and down
And only me from my own window, 
witnessed the death of my own flower 
beneath the feet of blissful child without idea of his first crime

May 01, 2011



My life is like a butterfly
It’s changing everyday
Filled with many challenges
I face along the way
I started as a child
Loved and carefree
Not knowing who I’d become
Or how painful life would be
Now that I am older
I’ll be so special soon
Everything’s about to change
I’m breaking free from my cocoon.