Freedom! Woman You Hold Your Own Key

BY MAHIMA SHARMA At the stroke of the midnight hour, O Woman, awake, arise and raise the bar, Unchain yourself, set yourself free, O Woman! Don’t Try to be what you aren’t supposed to be. No one but you, holds yourself in captivity, No one but only you, can open up to Life’s beauty. Responsibilities beckon you…I agree, But make yourself too…a priority. Don’t be … Continue reading Freedom! Woman You Hold Your Own Key

The Silver Lining

BY MAHIMA SHARMA When it is dark and future bleak,We forget to see the silver streak,The darkest cloud gives the heaviest rain,When flowers bloom, swiping off disdain. So…embrace darkness without an easy forego,Give it a parting hug before you let it go,Enjoy the eclipse and its short string,Coz only clashed paths form the ‘Diamond Ring’ Only when low…we learn our weaker points,Only in the storm…we … Continue reading The Silver Lining

Father

BY RUCHIRA GHOSH I emerge from my mother’s womb, Into a strange, chaotic world; The warm stillness is shattered, My vision blurred, confused. When all of a sudden, A strong pair of hands engulfs me; It’s my father, my other parent, Who sowed the seeds of life, In my mother’s womb. The couple was united, To bring forth a new life; Their own flesh and … Continue reading Father