Sunday, 25 December 2011

Out of My Deeper Heart

Uss din
dil ke kisi
gehre chhipe kone se
ek chidiya nikli
aur udi
khule aasmaan ki taraf.
Jitna ooncha woh udti
utni hee badi hoti jaati
mere dil se nikli
woh chidiya.

Shuru mein
chhoti maina si chidiya
badi hui
ek cheel mein
Phir bani woh
ek baadal
khwaab ka
Aur phir
sajaa diya aakaash usne
banke sooraj
mere dil se nikli
aag ka.

Aaj wohi sooraj
mere aansuon ko
bhaap bana deta hai.
Aur log kehte hain
saale ko dekho
rona bhi nahin aata hai.


  1. kahan se laate ho aise umda vichaar ?
    dil nahi bharta padh padh kar ...

  2. I love the last para! It's so well-written

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    I look forward to hearing from you.


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