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Dear Monsoon

Dear Monsoon

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

Dear Monsoon From the first rain,  you would have been waiting  on the balcony  looking at the way  which, would have disguised  already into the jungle’s  color.  in front of your village.

"I"

"I"

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

In front of me,  I always see a portrait Unnecessarily, The image of that portrait - I feel it is me, 'myself'

I am ready

I am ready

- by Sugam Gautam

I am ready to accept you Cause, I fear the acid I am ready for everything you want Cause, I fear the scars, the acid put on for lifetime

Broken in the hope of growing evergreen

Broken in the hope of growing evergreen

- by Moin Uddin

He was the man with words and love But her actions made him sick and stone Never wanted to be harsh and fire But she killed his heart and made him a liar

Confined

Confined

- by Bhuwan Thapaliya

Walking the woods, Listening to their verdant secrets Braving a steady drizzle is a nostalgic joy

Let's sing a life

Let's sing a life

- by Manish Lamichhane

Drowned is the heart in the seas of pain It doesn't want to see me  It wants me to feel the death  But isn't it

Who am I?

Who am I?

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

When dead-end roars against my path stretching its flaws, lightening its eye I am the son of truth, friend of death For my destiny, I don’t afraid to die

Why does heart never satisfies?

Why does heart never satisfies?

- by Moin Uddin

Why does fear looms in heart even if tides are calm? Might be it has seen worst and feared that it might come Believing in tides to stay calm is like a river staying silent in storm Oh I wonder do it ever someday get a moment to live without sandstorm?

Play

Play

- by Sushant Thapa

A child happy at play Is a forgiveness to a sorry He pushes folly at bay He narrates his stories

I want to ask why not black?

I want to ask why not black?

- by Susmita Aryal

I still not to choose black because I know I know, if I choose black over white Or if I were to do so I would either remain solitary

Do you still remember?

Do you still remember?

- by Sugam Gautam

Do you still remember, Those words once spoken? The ones that changed everything? The ones I love?

Someone asked me what is opportunity ?

Someone asked me what is opportunity ?

- by Moin Uddin

Someone asked me what is opportunity I say it's like a river flowing abundantly It passes through everyone to give equal destiny But only few knows its value and others just let it pass cursing the fate in absurdity

Beat of Heart

Beat of Heart

- by Sushant Thapa

Picking metaphor from the old urban street, Wet road resembles washed away tiredness. Fresh is the nature after soaked clouds have disappeared.

Blue Eyes

Blue Eyes

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

She has got a pair of Blue Eyes That stupefy the person locked Into its sphere the aquatic blue Substitutes the icy depth of ocean

I saw you in dreams

I saw you in dreams

- by Moin Uddin

It was 3 am when I woke up I saw you in dreams where we were enveloped in each other's arms It was dusk and moments were in a rush

Light

Light

- by Sushant Thapa

Do broken candles empty my desire to lighten my soul? Like ferns growing outside beside the water tap, without any care or gardening

Uncover your eyes..

Uncover your eyes..

- by Susmita Aryal

Yes, its not that easy Its not that easy to walk through To walk through the dark life

Virtual Life

Virtual Life

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

The mortal eyes couldn't see the surge Under the depth of still sea water That is so deep and blue!