Category Archive: Poems

Goodbye Monsoon

Monsoon, you, O monsoon, Why do you desert us so soon?   Each day was greeted with your shower, Leave us in the hot sun never.   Last summer you taught us your worth, We welcomed you with heartfelt mirth.   You weren’t active this year too, I know, you are sad for what we …

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Nature’s tale

Once a fresh mid-spring day Let’s take a look at nature’s way Breathe the scent of the nice fresh air Feel the breeze within your hair.   Hear the buzzing of the bees Climb the tallest willow trees Look across the meadow way And you shall see a young deer play.   Pick the daises …

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Beloved of the Hated

She was loving, She was caring, She had everything, To be a parent to the orphans. She had a body, She had a heart, Nothing she did for herself, But for those whose Body is broken. Lovable and great are the poor, Thirsty is Jesus in them; To satisfy it is our task, Love is …

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Coming Home to My-Self

I wonder, sometimes, when I’m all alone What kind of a ghostly presence stays within unknown Catching air and beholding it area like It only exists, nobody can hold it.   What a lovely place is it away from the world Seems an escape- a daydream, or also a nightmare But it isn’t a place …

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