Kasturi | Poem Series | Part 1

Two ends of a sphere, Me and my Heart. One lives with me, one lost to never found me again.

Presence is You

In the glare of little sunshine,In blossoms of pink daffodils,With buckets of happiness,Presence is you. It's youin the first rain to the fists,In the closed eyes of the nights,It's you - Seeking a heart,to console, and to burn it. It's youin the slump of dreams,In the wonders of rains,With the brand of stare.In the rivers…

The drops of fog

Writing on leaves, the drops of fogsome sublime poetries,of life & lies,burning and dying,true love in the eyes. Escaping from the arms of clouds,falling to the surface of grounds,it cools the heat all around. Scattered onto the soil,it asks for an another life.a life of time, for a lifetime,nothing it says, but denies.

Little Fuzz of Shah Alam -S01E01(Excerpt)

It started when everybody was looking for a reason to live but Shah Alam was not having any, sitting on a bench, looking for birds, counting on them and starting all over again. He knew his world was shrinking with every running time, he was hell of a guy who understand everything but tries to…

Together Forever -3

'When you know, you have nothing to lose, you stop caring and start living' The life was getting its way to the mountains, the chilled air was blowing at its pace. It was dark, here in the woods, and they decided to stay there for the night. A small resort managed to get a single…

Together Forever -2

'When you know the pain of your loved ones, you start living with their pain.' The sun was shining in the sky. Some rays of light were coming from the windows and her face was shining. Arun was still standing, watching her. His moist eyes can tell you about the journey so far. Filled with…

Together Forever -1

A brand new RV was racing across the mountains, carrying two lovebirds and their small little angel. Last six months of their lives have been more like a death every day. Tanisha got diagnosed with cancer and a life full of happiness was dumped into the ashes of sorrow. While the doctors never got an…