She is a phenomenal woman by gender,
Society stands in her way to hinder
Still she fights and comes out an achiever
But even as strongest creation of God
She finds herself always in danger
She gives birth to man, she is also someone’s sister, wife and a daughter Men, the other gender,
Takes her as an object to treat her as his property to eve tease, rape and murder
They prove their weakness by doing so
But She is strong and not weak
She falls thousand times but pushes herself to get back on track and
She is yet again ready to go
A phenomenal woman that she is
Plays different roles of a mother, daughter, sister and wife
You are just incomplete men,
Without a loving woman in your life
She can be like Goddesses Laxmi, Saraswati but
When it is a limit to bear,
She can be like Goddesses Durga and Kali
So don’t you dare, All I want is
Treat woman with lots of love and care



“The Waves Take Me To Sea”

I sit on the shore
By the sea
Adding my tears
To endless water
To find
Those waves when touch my feet
Talks to me
Whispers to me
Of the guardian of sea
Behind the blue gate in deep waters
Gate with images of sea creatures
Engraved on it
Whose key lies with the sharks
Gaurding the gate
Behind that gate
Resides he
The one who holds
the power Of sea
In an enormous room
On a giant throne
Decorated with pearls
Red,blue and white
He sits talking to his associates
With his axe on his side
An axe with a blade so sharp
That it beholds the power
To cut water
And handle embedded with gems
Each marking his win
Over those who dared
To affect the peace
Of sea
There he sits
To see a human
In a land forbidden
Talking to wave
Asking my purpose
With a wave’s firm reply
“I am there
To find what I couldn’t
The purpose
That flourishes
The seed of love
To my life
In me”

–Dipanshu Adlakha


“Promise Me”

Written by Shrija Haith.
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Promise me
That you will stay the same,
As you were when you fell for me.
Promise me
That you won’t bid goodbye,
As long as I lie, commit a mistake.
Promise me
That you will hold my hand
And make sure that everything stays fine.
Promise me
That you will love every bit of me,
Let miles be just a simple irony.
Promise me
That our souls will entwine,
Till the day our sunrises shine too bright.
Promise me
That our love will be eternal,
Till the day my quench for your thirst has been complete.
Promise me
That betrayals be just as smitten as the drenched bliss of our tangled hearts.

–Annika Barbie