Obsessed with Golden Feathers

Because I could cope with the pace of racersI thought I was meant for thatJostling a lot that came my wayI was busy gathering golden feathers for my hat. Nostalgic rendezvous turned downMany a D-days I did missFearful of losing that every secondI didn’t even stand back for my granny, who came scuffing to kiss.Continue reading “Obsessed with Golden Feathers”

The Girl Who Healed

Cementing shredded pieces of heartsReleasing disquiet on paroleManuring plantlets of resilienceShe was a maiden salubrious to the soul.Prancing to the tunes of wails,She would traverse to the grieving eyesWiping off each extortionate dropShe would solace in an angel’s guise .Her gracile frame disgorged composureThe very words slipping from her lips were therapeuticHer dogmas resembled thoseContinue reading “The Girl Who Healed”

Battling Gloomy Days

On certain low and gloomy days,Pain is all you see,Dismay seems to weigh you down,In none you find glee.The souls with whom you’ve mingled well,Brutally make you bleed,The ones for whose joy you endeavoured,Grudge the moment you succeed.You toil relentlessly for days,But diligence doesn’t pay off,To cope with impending failures,You find it really tough.Stories ofContinue reading “Battling Gloomy Days”

A Cloak and Dagger Junction

According a report by WHO: Mental health conditions account for 16% of the global burden of disease and injury in people aged 10–19 years. Half of all mental health conditions start by 14 years of age but most cases are undetected and untreated (1). Globally, depression is one of the leading causes of illness andContinue reading “A Cloak and Dagger Junction”

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