Will You?

Jai Santhoshi Sathish KumarNo medicine could heal, The bruises you left behind. You Broke me into pieces Mere shards of glass. Reflecting back memories, Which bled into my veins, Fresh in my blood, it gushed Past my heart, not anymore. Time was hell, and heaven Ceased to exist long back. I still breathe, Because I … More Will You?

WORKPLACE

Every morning just the same, Nothing new, and not so lame.I scurry across a few miles, And do my best to bring few smiles! As a team we work and play,A whole new challenge everyday!We thrive and work with pleasure and glee, Excited and enthralled is our office, and so are we. Changes we do … More WORKPLACE

GEARS AND CLUTCHES 

JAI SANTHOSHI SATHISH KUMAR  Emerald green eyes gazing at the ceiling, She sat propped up on a withered chair; Wounds turned into scars, forbidden healing, Transfixed, she let the wind sway her hair. The depths of the memories chimed in, Applauses around were heard no more; A deep penetrating silence was the new found din,  … More GEARS AND CLUTCHES 

DROUGHT

Jai Santhoshi Sathish Kumar I look through the bars  Past the barren lands  Earth had become the new mars  Forlorn without helping hands  There was happiness and health Which were not given a glance They longed wit and wealth  But they didn’t stand a chance Struck by a powerful curse They live as sinners Left … More DROUGHT

CLIFF

JAI SANTHOSHI SATHISH KUMAR (This poem is written in free verse) Speak to her, he said With a mere sad smile to fade, Solemnly I sat, And uttered “No” under my breath.  With the sky bleak and the sun gone, We sat there like its forever When time came to end I said a good … More CLIFF

SURVIVAL

I am just a mere human Fragile, weak and vincible I am just a mere human Kind, Caring and Lovable   People say Oxygen An essential for survival People say Oxygen A potential for revival   But to me, You are more important But to me, You are my soul’s concomitant   I’d live without … More SURVIVAL