In today’s world
Get extinct
There is no one

Only I get abuse
No one give respect
Only take wrong
Means everywhere

Many take it more
advantage and use it.
For their achieve
Goals and aim

But, also some
Believe in love
Understand it
Carry and distribute

Best feeling ever
Truth is base
Humanity is form
Believe is power


Ruk si gyi hai..

Jindagee yaaar ruk sir gyi h
Na jan ne kyu thm si gyi h
Aise khoyi h jaise koi lapata hogyi h

Na jane mai use kha dhundhu
Khud se ya khuda se puchu
Apni ya tmhari sunu
Kidhar mai jau

Mai sant huya baitha hu
Is samandar se puchta hu
Is jhaa se mangta hu
Uske liye harpal rota hu

Koi jaadu kru
Ya kisi ka katl karu
Yaaa kisi se vinti kru
Yaaro mai kya kru

Koi to wajah hogi
Kch to sjaa hogi
Lgi jrur kisi ki njar hogi
Usne mujhe v to khoyi hogi

Jindagee yaaar ruk sir gyi h
Na jan ne kyu thm si gyi h


Someone broke me alot
Someone takes me away
Can’t remember own aim
Trying to forget alot

Never let me love again
Its frustrating me
Become senseless
Searching peace in mind

I m not fake
Still i human
Some attributes & addicates
Still in my heart

Found new way to live
Life become intresting
Day with busy schedule
Freinds is the key of happy life


Sky-man in a manhole
with astronomy for dream,
astrology for nightmare;

fat man full of proverbs,
the language of lean years,
living in square after

almanac square
prefiguring the day
of windfall and landslide

through a calculus
of good hours,
clutching at the tear

in his birthday shirt
as at a hole
in his mildewed horoscope,

squinting at the parallax
of black planets,
his Tiger, his Hare

moving in Sanskrit zodiacs,
forever troubled
by the fractions, the kidneys

in his Tamil flesh,
his body the Great Bear
dipping for the honey,

the woman-smell
in the small curly hair
down there.



Blue, but you are Rose, too,
and buttermilk, but with blood
dots showing through.
A little salty your white
nape boy-wide. Glinting hairs
shoot back of your ears’ Rose
that tongues like to feel
the maze of, slip into the funnel,
tell a thunder-whisper to.
When I kiss, your eyes’ straight
lashes down crisp go like doll’s
blond straws. Glazed iris Roses,
your lids unclose to Blue-ringed
targets, their dark sheen-spokes
almost green.I sink in Blue-
black Rose-heart holes until you
blink. Pink lips, the serrate
folds taste smooth, and Rosehip-
round, the center bud I suck.
I milknip your two Blue-skeined
blown Rose beauties, too, to sniff
their berries’ blood, up stiff
pink tips. You’re white in
patches, only mostly Rose,
buckskin and saltly, speckled
like a sky.I love your spots,
your white neck, Rose, your hair’s
wild straw splash, silk spools
for your ears. But where white
spouts out, spills on your brow
to clear eyepools, wheel shafts
of light, Rose, you are Blue.

May swenson

From kabir…

What is seen is not the Truth
What is cannot be said
Trust comes not without seeing
Nor understanding without words
The wise comprehends with knowledge
To the ignorant it is but a wonder
Some worship the formless God
Some worship His various forms
In what way He is beyond these attributes
Only the Knower knows
That music cannot be written
How can then be the notes
Says Kabir, awareness alone will overcome illusion

From abraham lincoln


MY childhood’s home I see again,
And sadden with the view;
And still, as memory crowds my brain,
There’s pleasure in it, too.

O memory! thou midway world
‘Twixt earth and paradise,
Where things decayed and loved ones lost
In dreamy shadows rise,

And, freed from all that’s earthly, vile,
Seem hallowed, pure and bright,
Like scenes in some enchanted isle
All bathed in liquid light.

As dusky mountains please the eye
When twilight chases day;
As bugle notes that, passing by,
In distance die away;

As, leaving some grand waterfall,
We, lingering, list its roar-
So memory will hallow all
We’ve known but know no more.

Near twenty years have passed away
Since here I bid farewll
To woods and fields, and scenes of play,
And playmates loved so well.

Where many were, but few remain
Of old familiar things,
But seeing them to mind again
The lost and absent brings.

The friends I left that parting day,
How changed, as time has sped!
Young childhood grown, strong manhood gray;
And half of all are dead.

I hear the loved survivors tell
How nought from death could save,
Till every sound appear a knell
And every spot a grave.

I range the fields with pensive tread,
And pace the hollow rooms,
And feel (companion of the dead)
I’m living in the tombs.

Abraham Lincoln