Category Archives: Poetry

Some nights speak to you in poetry…

Some nights speak to you. It sits with you, as you hug yourself and tell yourselves lullabies. Some nights watch you like a predator, a big cat in the night. Shiny eyes sparkling through a tiny gap in the bush. … Continue reading

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Sinful love

Sinful Love But in an alternate world Where the notions of right and wrong do not exist I will love you with all my sinful heart And ask you to be mine. (c) 2017 Arpita Pramanick    

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Tear Bubbles

Her silent tears Fell on a cold blanket. The shivers within were mutely contained The soothing hand that was no more present Loomed in the yellow shadow of a glass window Ever present, ever elusive Flimsy, broken, continuous Like her … Continue reading

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Day 17 of Writing 101: A Day in Verse

Usually, I don’t share my poetry on the blog, because I am presently working on the betterment of my fiction-writing. I have a feeling that I am a better poet than a fiction writer (with no trace of smugness, believe … Continue reading

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