Poems

Winds

Where the wind blows:

At times tossed, turned or even rattled,

Rain comes- rain goes,

Yesterday, today or tomorrow?

Sunny days- warm smiles,

Minutes pass, don’t come back.

Cold nights- frozen tears,

Mock away past cheers,

Wind blows: leaves fall,

Child throws away the doll.

New day: same measures,

Past rules- past fears.

Stone wall- false hope,

Tossed away across the shore.

Birds fly, snakes crawl,

Dog barks but mountains don’t Fall!

Poems

Two Worlds

There are two worlds,

One that you can see- theirs,

The one that others can’t see- yours.

When it comes to your world,

Knowing too much is a pain,

Since part of knowing your world

Is to know enough about theirs.

When it comes to their world,

Curiosity takes the better of you,

You waste your time figuring out their world–

Yet, it’s all in YOUR head.