It's my favorite timepass While standing on line during assembly, To pay bills or waiting in bus stand To play name, place animal, thing.
When I was a child, My teacher once asked Who was your favourite parent I told both of them And they declared me liar.
When I crossed age 10, They asked what's my favorite subject? I replied English And they declared me British.
When I crossed age 15 They asked what's my favourite colour I told them red And they declared me danger.
When I crossed age 20 They asked me what's my favourite game I told them chess And they declared me gambler.
When I crossed age 22 Its my turn to ask them What's your favourite thing And they declared me adult.
Once a guy came to ask my hand, I asked him 'what did you see in my pic?' He said, ' Everything' I asked him what's his favourite thing? He replied, 'Among those favourite things, your smile was cherry on the top to make my day. '
Again and again I retrack my foot One by one Try to understand Why I took them first? . Whichever train I travel They go through same route Even after ditching, I walk Through trees or river A rat sneaks showed by you. . Never was I better, Never have I ever asked A friend all I needed You came with a smile. . 20 minutes later, you came Wearing everything I imagined Sky on top, sea in bottom An epitome of horizon. . Alas I didn't know It were hands of clock Striked twelve on my face With tie hanged on fan Still I keep counting How long the knife you kept Hidden on my back.
Subject- Application for opposition for freedom of speech. Dear people, Coming direct to the point, Unless you want to point out About how wrongly I accused.
I, human among people, still suffers silently How the color of my skin Doesn't match the smell of spring.
Does it makes sense, It doesn't too me either. But the comparisons you build Like bricks of wall, and opinions How big is my head, how small is my hand how black is my skin, how thin I can be. How white is my hair, how fat is my back Come to think of myself, Can't fathom your level of maths.
A birth comes with a stamp, Even though our blood is red, A human is divided into Race, caste, sex and age. If you find similarities in these There's always sub divisons inside it.
Surely, our differences will melt, When a soul becomes dead You'll cry and write eulogies Recalling smell of spring and apologies In the end, its body as they're deaf.
Hence, concluding here, myself A kind request to all of them Who still practices knowingly and unknowingly and say sorry in the end 'Don't offer crown of thorns when alive Which you won't wear by yourself even in death. '
Signed, yours truly, A human cremented on opinions.
Dressed as Iola, She chase coffee beans while Disposing newspapers on pile Wonder how life changed suddenly Or might she ignored the early signs?
The miles compressed into few feet, The borderless circle shrunk into perfect Rubik's cube, Each brick she painted and fixed with neon tube, Wonder how life changed suddenly, Four walls became her only companions left.
At night, she walks to open Only window to watch the lonesome moon, The stars now resting on eyelids mourning, For the souls who are on verge to go. Wonder how life changed suddenly, Even a touch turns people gold.
A breeze sneaked, the newspaper slipped, A hope sizzled in the heart resting underneath, When neon lights beamed on letter where words imprint, 'Dear Violet, if you want to know how life changed suddenly, Remember, every first light of dawn, for you, comes dressed as homecoming.'
I read lots of books, I will tell you why this Mahasweta has actually captured me from inside out? Do you remember the definition of pure in olden days? A girl going to get married or is about to marry or if you are a girl there are certain criterias you must tick off.
Criteria for validity to be called Girl 1. She must be beautiful in terms of shape, size and heart ( though the last one never counts in compare to first two)
2. She must be pure in terms of body, mind and soul ( though they only see body first, the latter two they won't even bother if first one doesn't fits)
3. She must sacrifice her dreams and must obey all the rules of society even if it's against her own consciousness.
4. She is responsible to be everyone's caretaker even if she herself can't take care of herself and don't expect anything in return.
5. She must hear everything and everyone's opinions and never allowed to speak unless she is asked to.
There are many more, but these five are actually still dominating in our society. Love makes people blind and Jasp, the body makes people blind, intentions makes people blind, lust makes people blind because how can love makes someone blind, it's the trust and faith and you will never get hurt while you hit waters it still feels like you have fallen on the cushion of feathers.
A short summary below in the form of poem: A story of young woman called Anupama, who marries and after short time discovers she is suffering from Leukoderma which is not hereditary disease even not transmissible disease through one another and still they are outcasted just because their skin isn't anymore brown by patches of white and brown.
Like Rohini to Chandra, like Lakshmi to Narayana, am I to him. Just as the creeper depends on a tree, I depend on him. I cannot live without him, and for his sake, I am ready to renounce everything. Let society say anything it wishes. I do not care. ' Book Mahasweta written by Sudha Murthy.
There are many Mahasweta around and let's take stand for them.
Whose fault it was?
Was it fault of live coal That fell on my foot While running towards God Whom I worshiped everyday for everything.
Was it fault of white patch That developed after pouring water Too Cold over too hot coal had fallen, Hidden under the plates of saree.
Was it fault of the doctor, Who prescribed me the best medicine, Ten minutes to expose at sun's rays the skin, Where the white patch started to expand its width.
Was it fault of the stairs, Where I fell down and my secrets spilled Over the foot of my in laws and I stared At the moon drawn over my skin.
Was it fault of my husband, Who knew I never decieved and knew Everything about what Leukoderma brings In his home, me and in future of us.
Was it fault of God Who knew how life of girl changes When a patch of white appears against brown Even his gates to worship are also closed.
Or was it fault of mine, That I never saw beneath my husband's love, That I never saw behind my in-laws intentions, That I never knew the world worships brown more than red.
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//The prose of a polariod//
When your world was black and white, I lent you my hues, just so you could survive on the memories buried beneath the skin, adorned like glistening dew. They tell you to live in the moment, but I am a captured moment, defying the law of physics and holding your memoirs like a candle wick, whose flame seems to be extinguishing, but you hold on to me and try to rekindle it with sandpaper but burn yourself in the tedious process that has abrasive side effects.
"People in the picture are closer than they appear" And now like a fading dream, each one has disappeared. But then why do you cling on to the figures in my abode? Is letting go what you fear? Maybe because change is something you don't find dear.
I have been on the walls of your happiness when the atmosphere was filled with euphoria and the fairy lights seemed aesthetic and I was still there when the nostalgia made you nauseous and sick. I have been among the pages of your favourite novel, along with the rose presented by your lover, whose fragrance seemed ethereal and I was still there when the petals were withered and crumbled and the pages became rusty, when the novel was covered with a pristine coat of dust that seemed eternal. I have your intimate, precious times tattooed on the fragile pages of my life. I am a reminder that things aren't permanent and they do turn out fine in the end, for I am a blithe, frozen moment of your life when things were alright. I have been there, I always will be, for the memories might fade but my presence won't. - Sakshi