It comes like a rain
And stays like a wet sunless land
Every step in damp sinking sand
Walking with fever that keeps us warm
In bitter bitter cold it becomes
Pain of the pleasure of pain
It’s every time’s sting

It’s like a branchless tree
Gives no shade yet stands firm
It’s like a home without roof
In the mountains of feelings
It’s like the river that never flown
And it still leaves you wet with it
It’s everyone’s sing

Like a rope it strangles
Yet you hold onto it from falling
A bud that never turned a flower
A laughther that never made it to throat
A cry that echoes in deserts of heart
Like a hope that you could make and cannot
It’s ever place’s despair

Unrequited love smothers you
Yet it gives you borrowed breaths
It owns your nights and mornings
Every face is its face
Every feeling is its feeling
Every place is its place
And every hope is its hope
Every person is for that one
Every song is its song
Every wait is its wait
And every pain is its pain
Every anxiety is its anxiety
Every distress is its own
Every laughter ends for it
Once in a life
It’s everyone’s sing
It’s every time’s sting

A love that never makes to to the end
Is the deadliest of all
It could change everything of you
It deserts you when you need it the most
It makes you not appear in the mirror
It makes you morbid, obsolete and obscure
It’s every innocence’s sin

I can’t sleep since I’ve heard her crying
Through my cheeks
Through my deception
I think she knows I am lying
She has been looking
For her heartling everywhere
She has been restless
She suffers like she’s dying
What have I done?
Where have I brought us to?
I did something I can’t change
Through my guilt she’s prying
Her eyes are stoned
Her heart is in disposition
She is frantic and wary
Seeing the truth I’ve been denying
Oh, my love is belying
It shatters right in front of me
Her heart and her hopes
Oh heaven, this pain is undying
I can’t look her in the eye
Questions through are eyeing
Save us someone from this
My world in front of me is dying.

Pink Winter

Golden wheat
Calling for that summer wind
And the spring
Is just around the corner
Misty mornings
Flowers colouring petals
And birds sing
For a sweet weather
Sweetest melodies
Are dancing on the paths
For Sun sings
And these trees laugh
And then night comes
Moon hangs out with stars
Warm and cold sky brews
Moonshine for all
Who wouldn’t love
And who won’t dare falling in
When world simply grows simple
And compassion gets all.

When I Left Kashmir

And when I left Kashmir
I left the golden grove
I left the shaft of white
I left the warming plove

I left the mountains wide
I left the caress wind
I left the grain of eyes
I left the homing calm

When I left Kashmir
I found the jungles deep
I found the laughing trees
And found a talking sheep

I roamed with her the wild
I climbed on every pile
I bathe in ponds and danced on leaves
I found a wander while

When I left Kashmir
I heard them singing song
Of those who went and came back
Of those who were just gone

I told them I would come back
To lakes and ponds and men
I told myself to let go of
The wild and singing lambs

When I left Kashmir
I did not know where to go
I stumbled here by chance
The sweetest place I know

When I Left Kashmir

And when I left Kashmir
I left the golden grove
I left the shaft of white
I left the warming plove

I left the mountains wide
I left the caress wind
I left the grain of eyes
I left the homing calm

When I left Kashmir
I found the jungles deep
I found the laughing trees
And found a talking sheep

I roamed with her the wild
I climbed on every pile
I bathe in ponds and danced on leaves
I found a wander while

When I left Kashmir
I heard them singing song
Of those who went and came back
Of those who were just gone

I told them I would come back
To lakes and ponds and men
I told myself to let go of
The wild and singing lambs

When I left Kashmir
I did not know where to go
I stumbled here by chance
The sweetest place I know

Calling Off

Please don’t pull me in love
I am bleeding bit by bit
Don’t tell me how it feels
I have taken hit by hit

Try to keep it buried
Don’t let the monsters in
Bit by bit breaks your sense of
Hit by hit it loses for the win

Wear it off and let it go
Before it gets under my skin
My heart is hardly beating
Beat by beat its breaking for my sins

Don’t speak words I don’t need
Bit by bit they break into my head
Hit by hit break the walls keeping flood
Fall by fall they drown my bed

Please don’t see what I hide
Forever kept silent in the corner
If I show I will crumble
Bit by bit and won’t glue together

So let’s just don’t go that way
I am holding you without it
Beat by beat I will get you going
If you don’t flood it or lit.

Despair Song

My tears have fed my sight
My breaths have dried my throat
As the world this tender broke
My footprints fled the road

My heart has wounding heal
And my soul has clogging wings
With a zealous touch of weal
My chords are mending strings

My hopes are dry with lark
My world is falling still
Yet my passion is strong
To have the downfalls fill

My death must live once but now
For my life is learning to-how.

Questions

Trying to find my place in world
Disappointed and distraught
Falling in the nooks and the pits
To soil my self is brought

Nights are long and days cut through
But I see never a sign
Wandering self and lost in woods
Win-the-world-thoughts of mine

A moment I see light and next it’s gone
I chase in dark to find
I fall to see the will’s demise
Then Resurge the hopes in mind

This race is mad and world now eats
What have I done to mine?
What’s my last stand and which next bend?
Will I ever be fine?

Where’s my singing lark gone?
Where’s my laughter oh world?
When would I know now what I am?
Am I worth to weave you words?

Now I doubt everything, I pity my skin
I run from people to safest hides
I am no long elate and sink in my head
With questions by my sides.

Grievances

Grievances, my lord!
For all the courage you lost
For all the hearts broken
And all the laugh meant last
Grievances, my friends!
For the fear you keep
For the masks that you weild
And the oppressed you make

Grievances, grievances!
For the light I don’t see
For the feelings I hide
And all the lies I live
Grievances, my mother!
For the disappointment I don’t mean
Grievances, oh mother!
For your sons I kill for you

Grievances, my sanity!
For I sold you for means
For I cower in shamelessness
And the conscience I don’t hear
Grievances, oh brotherhood!
For in your name I envy
For in your name I destroy
And all the gain I mean

Grievances, grievances!
I am not the one world wanted
For animals have reasons but I don’t
But I mean well, for selfishness
Grievances, oh nature!
I turned you into intuitive savage
Grievances, nature!
I savaged all your beauty

Grievances, oh humanity!
I buried you neck deep
Maybe I will dig you out one day
And maybe I will fix it all.
Grievances, oh love!
Please don’t abandon me
I must keep you for the trade
I am just lost, I am just lost.