Posts Tagged: Tryst
The Light bends as It touches your face, And travels through The space A thousand years Around the time, A thousand years And on. You smile silently, And I see a shy Cosmic ripple Through the sky. But sometimes, I
I didn’t know how far the moon was Till I started building up a space rocket From scratch. Even though she looks me in the eye Every night, I have to find nut-bolts and engine Shims and metal, Fuel, plastic
And so how would that be For the first time if we Two meet again? Maybe by that old bus-stand Or at that brick house cafe, With a band, Or maybe While buying the grocery- How would that be? You
He ran across the teeming bazaar. His blood-shot eyes looked deep into the colourful crowd of buyers and sellers and into the shops and the tents that had been put up. It was of no use. He sat down on the dusty
He picked up his pen. It had been a long time since he had written something worthwhile. Random scribbles were strewn all across the pages of his diary- thoughts that had looked so promising, epiphanies that appeared so beautiful, and
It was a lonely night. The silver moonlight wandered everywhere in search of a companion but found none. It floated on the big house that stood there, on the trees around it, on the dewy grasses in its lawn and
Your eyes, My eyes. Space between. Loud enough. No purr, No stir. In the air, As I stare Into your eyes. No hiss To notice. But eyes, Your eyes- Fireflies, Now blinking, Now gazing. No purr, No hiss. Just this.