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Nothing will be the same again – poem

  The street lamp emits white and cold light tonight, as usual. It's 2 AM. Dogs bark and tear the breast of silent street, like every other night. I explore the corridor occasionally. Either happiness or sadness embraces my heart when I look down from the second floor. Tonight, the white light is dark to me. Noises are silent and the wind is still. No moon shines. No stars glitter. [...]

By | September 18th, 2018|A Poem A Day|0 Comments

प्रेम बस पाना ही तो नहीं! कविता

  अब कौन कहाँ है? किसे देखूं? प्रश्न किससे करूँ? जख्म हरा है भर जाये शायद, आज कल, महीनों या वर्षों में। पर कौन होगा अब सम्हालने मेरी बिखरती उम्मीदों को? कौन समझेगा मेरे सपनों को? याद है मुझे (तुम्हें भी तो याद होगा ही) कैसे अश्रुधार में, डबडबाती आँखों से देखा था हमने एक-दूसरे को जब हाथ छुड़ाए हमने परिस्थितियों से हारके। सहज सरल सरस बस समझ गए हम [...]

By | September 16th, 2018|Love|3 Comments

when we lost – a poem

That helpless memory of helpless me and you too, helpless and just nothing could we do about it when we had to exit our dreamy world and embrace the rotten garden; yes, once again!   for us both, forever

By | September 14th, 2018|Love|0 Comments

Join the first Indian forum for English Literature!

Hello, dear literature lovers! How many of you badly want a web-platform to discuss English literature with other enthusiasts like you? I see 1, 2, 3 and awww! So many hands go up in excitement! That's a good news because I have brought a platform for the English literature lovers - English Literature Forum. Yes, this is a discussion board where you can register yourself and start engaging with other [...]

By | September 5th, 2018|Education|0 Comments

The Cold Night – Weird Short Stories 3

  "Are you sure, Alok?" And the tremble in her voice was visible to my ears. I looked at her coldly for a few seconds and nodded - yes. She was afraid but her fear could not hide the frenzy of happiness that she wore over her rob after my 'yes'. I did not have anything to hide. We walked slowly back home. All along, our steps crushed the ice [...]

By | August 26th, 2018|Short Stories|1 Comment

Atal Ji – एक समर्पित कविता

अनवरत, सतत, निरंतर बिना रुके, बिना थमे, रखे बिना भेद-अंतर चलता रहेगा एक विचार जो जगाया है उसने अपने जीवन की आहुति देकर। राज-काज, राज-धर्म और धर्म सिखाया जिसने अपने वाणी की सर्वोच्च शीर्ष पर खुद भी बन गया वो आज एक राह वो पथिक जो चला था अकेले कभी, आज काफिले पे उसके दुनिया आयी है श्रद्धा-सुमन लेके!   हाँ कभी कभार दुःख अनायास हो जाता था किसी राजनेता [...]

By | August 16th, 2018|Personal Diary|4 Comments

A Thousand Seeds of Joy – Book Review

Title I Read - A Thousand Seeds of Joy Author - Ananda Karunesh Publisher - The Write Place Published in - 2018 Pages - 370 Genre - Nonfiction, Neo-Spiritual, Religious (as you like it) Suggested Readers - those who enjoy reading spiritual and interesting books, believers and non-believers alike, every reader who wants to read something really new and stunning My Rating - 5/5 stars! My Remarks - awesome! you [...]

By | August 7th, 2018|Books|3 Comments

And they won! A Poem

His or her? He or she? Wounds, broken bones, fired skulls, pieces of belly, legs and chopped hands; ah! a superpower won the war. a poem by Alok Mishra

By | August 4th, 2018|Caprice|2 Comments

Familiar Stranger – Love & Mystery – Poem

Why should I stop this ever-unsung tune of warmth of this strange coldness that brings our love closer when I hold you just beneath my breath and your lips give salvation to mine and properly, carefully enshrine the bodies which pleasantly cage our happy souls and after all this, I think never to pull the curtain because we need to be free and to be free we need this mystery [...]

By | August 2nd, 2018|Love|0 Comments

Indicting Goliath by Lal Bhatia – Book Review

Book - Indicting Goliath Author - Lal Bhatia Publisher - Notion Press First Published - 2018 Pages - 286 Who should read - Indians and US and the World citizens concerned about the problem of corruption and violations of human rights and injustice Indicting Goliath is not a tall tale; it's just a simple narration by a person who has suffered into the hands of self-glorifying state called the United [...]

By | July 28th, 2018|Books|1 Comment