The song of winter

A symphony of
Joy and sorrow;
A blend
With a hope for ‘morrow,
The harshest winds
And the pandering pain
Pulverized, the moment
You gaze into the
The fog
That subdues the planes.
For a little while,
The tainted,
With the innocence of the snow
Shall rise – to live on another day.


A rather overloaded mind,
In this silence, ajar –
With the daydreams
And wordless songs.
An unresolved call
To the closed lips.
The mirth
Of just looking
Within and beyond.


Surreptitiously taming the
Inner beast,
Luring the disarry
Into a woundless peace.
Silence, in the middle of
The roads that have ceased
To sleep.


Like the
Tides, rising and falling –
You will go on
Faltering and fading,
Reborn and perservering.
A single spark
In the murk –
Time pouring through,
The laden hearts
Plummeting through the impossible dark;
We will prevail.

The storm

Brave the storm
And find the mellow
snow –
Like a melody
In the midst of agony;
A talisman
To soothe your

Moments – Acrostic

Minutes pass to hours as we meld;
One touch and a thousand words past –
Mirth unconstrained
Ending at dawn.
Nestled in the corner,
Trudging with the flow of time,
Simple desires.

Innocence- Acrostic

Innate sense of inspired joy,
Nutured with such wondrous eyes;
Naively assuming the world poses no ploy,
O’er, where the darkness lies.
Capturing the stardust before it
Encaptures your will to be profound,
Not a minute wasted – We are jouney bound;
Cradling the soothing past, yet wound in the dewdrops an
Everlasting love, at the behest of the heart.


This poem was inspired by the song
なんでもないや by Radwimps from the movie Your name (君の名は).

Tears dripping from your eyes,
Yearning for each lasting moment
To grow
A little longer,
I wish we were wound together;
Hearts, ever so closer-
A little piece of soul
Lost. We wander.
I’ve been searching for you
We stand here,
In opposite directions,
Tell me its true,
This hazy recognition
From the begining of time.
Will we last with this fleeting second?
Forever, with a simple gaze –
My soulmate

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