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Family

Family

- by Sushant Thapa

Family institutionalized you  You build your first subjectivity and follow the rules;  While you learn to break it. ...

Wait for a while

Wait for a while

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

If life is a waiting game Then wait and watch The crescendo of shattered heart Just wait for a while my dear, ...

Birds in the Cage

Birds in the Cage

- by Aakanchhya Neupane/Ichhya Neupane

We used to fly high in the sky, Suddenly something made us cry! Our wings used to be seen, For a year, they are weakened! ...

The Latest Articles

How can someone love a person so much?

How can someone love a person so much?

- by Moin Uddin

How can someone love a person so much? This is what she asks when I talk to her while strolling around a hutch That was the question for me to answer As that person was me who loved her as such  I have no exact words for her to tell what she means to me

Me time for a while

Me time for a while

- by Sabina Thapa

In the hustle bustle of daily life, with the responsibilities and a schedule tight. You forget your own worth and existence, Constantly moving to accomplish your ambitions. You deserve break, You deserve your self time, To rejuvenate your own body and mind.

Dear Daughter

Dear Daughter

- by Rajani Regmi

Please remember, to the whole world you might be one But to one you are the whole world When in all doubts, confusions, forced obligations

Dragonflies don’t visit me anymore

Dragonflies don’t visit me anymore

- by Basanti Timalsina

It was many years back I was barely six when I used to run through fields and chase dragonflies, especially those huge red ones were my favorite. I marched through marshes and mud to take a closer look at them when they rested on twigs and leaves I would tiptoe cautiously to prevent any movement and noise

A Ramble to nostalgic alleys!

A Ramble to nostalgic alleys!

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

I wondered for How many centuries These narrow alleys might have Existed and the people Who lived here with Gods and Deities With a life so divinely inspired to festivities Celebrated in devotion to those Divine-beings!!

Don't be lazy

Don't be lazy

- by Moin Uddin

Keep up with your pace And enjoy being on your space Be strong and ace Oh be humble and never try to chase

Selfish City

Selfish City

- by Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

No one knows what his next door does Trust, a mere story, hectic appearance For bread and butter I think this fuss Money, matter, you no eat golden rice

Be willing to go through pain

Be willing to go through pain

- by Moin Uddin

Be strong to follow your dreams Be consistent with your strategy but remain flexible when in needs Never lose sight and just be focused And work hard and remain robust

In Between Us

In Between Us

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

In between us Separation is flowing from long before The bridges of trust still unrepairable The endlessness, I can’t demark But the heady height of pains

Your time is limited

Your time is limited

- by Moin Uddin

Keep on working on your dreams Keep on pushing yourself There won't be anyone to help you at first But you keep the focus and maintain in the race.

I dare to walk on a hush road…

I dare to walk on a hush road…

- by Susmita Aryal

The rain is raining heavily  I move my legs on the hush road My gaze at the glinted diamond at the bus I feel, i am the only one there I take an extra step

Twilight’s Birds

Twilight’s Birds

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

A bunch of birds  Into the sky were cawing  Flipping back and front against the evening wind, Some were trying to balanced  Unmoved.  My heart as well as was floating higher than them  In a hazy recollection of my past.

Dear Mountain

Dear Mountain

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

Every morning When you arrives in my eyes My heart departs towards your majesty… Every day I climb your dignity and I fall off from your top unfurling My autonomous kingdom of freedom,

Empathy

Empathy

- by Sushant Thapa

Some of my poems are wordless and do not make a human out of it. I find it extremely difficult to feel like other humans Perhaps I have only learnt to be like a human and not feel like one.