If I Were A Hero (ABC Poem)

Above huge hills if ever I could rise,Beyond the gravity as Iron Man flies.Climbing and hanging if towers I could touch,Dashing as the Spider-Man, if fingers were such.Ever I would be happy and ever I would dance,Falling and rising in heroic romance. Grasping high hills if ever I could rise,Huge, tough and rigid, if Hulk…

A Song of Life

How darkly fair this fleeting lifeWith many a puzzling bend,By facing terrors of countless strifesWe voyage towards its end. We know not where the tough road goes,Or what future doth wait;But moving ahead amidst all woesIs the concealed voice of fate. And hearts that seem like silken roseIn this eternal way,Strangely turn in foreign foesWith…

Poetry Published in Two Anthologies

It gives me immense pleasure to see my poetry published in two anthologies on the same day (i.e. March 31, 2021). I’m extremely grateful to the entire Notion Press team for featuring two of my love poems in their ‘#verseoflove’ poetry anthology and to poet Alemseged Sisay for featuring 8 of my poems in his…

A Letter from the Sky

If somehow all your plaintive pleasdon’t reach my ears tomorrow,if all sweet dreams you dreamt of metake shape of grief and sorrow. If somehow all get crush on youand they get on their knees,and you find all pleasures, false or truebut get no more of me. I wish so much you would not crywith your…

Do You Want?

Part: I Do you want to meet a dauntless manwho has power to change this Sphere,whose untold might and glimpses canshake each trembling fear? Whose sword amidst the twilight flares,whom sorrows can’t overwhelm;whom nothing can stop, nay curse nor prayersto beat and win his realm. Who rules over each harrowing nightwith a heart of sacred…

Dread No More

Dread no more the darkling sky,Nay, the thousand vicious blows;For the gloom is brief and so shall dieLike weird feeling that daily goes. And again shall shine the golden sun,And soon shall flow the tender breeze;And play the kids, do leap and runIn the fair meadows with charming trees. And again shall rush in human…

Lines of Hope

The brook that can’t find way in sandsOf barren lands with haunted souls,Oh, never does lose her hope but bendsTo make her route through silver goals. The sun who hides his rays in clouds,In besmirched charm with dusty fumes;Oh, never does swathe himself in shroud,But shines again to gild his rooms. The birds that can’t…

9 facts you definitely didn’t learn about Byron in school

Celebrated as one of the best poet of the English Romantic Era, George Gordon Byron and his infamous poetry continue to be appreciated all over the Sphere even today. However, apart from all the fame and glory what has endured so long in world history is his name associated with heartbreaks, seduction and even taboo…

To His Son

He was so proud of his growing sonClimbing the stairs of life with grit, And by thrashing the trammels of onerous runMoving ahead through cold and heat.“Dearest son, my valorous sword”,Stated the ardent heart of Dad,“Remember for aye my arduous wordsTo live a life with risen head.For life is a strenuous boundless test,The one where…

For My Valentine

For her this note whose tender heartShimmers like moon in the emerald sea,And longs whose soul, whose silken partsFor aye to blend and merge with me.For her who rules over my dreams,My joys, my pains, my obscure fears,And soothes whose touch like silver beamsMy anguished heart with ceaseless tears.For her who like an elegant budUnfurls…