Category Archives: Poetry

Reykjavik – an experience

Reykjavik, which so far had only been a name heard in Hardy Boys novels or the geography book! Reykjavik is Iceland’s capital. A town on the coast,a population of about 2.30,000. Shaped by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. At latitude 64 … Continue reading

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The Connection

And we sat there In silence With your hand over mine It stopped Just for an instance Unsure Of a hurt Which was? Or could have been? Fingers tapped And then they pressed And caressed Ever so lightly That the … Continue reading

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On a cold and wintry night…

On a cold and wintry night Walking down the street Homeward bound Alone yet not alone In a city which never dies Buzzing with activity A pair of hands came forward Help thought I They reached from behind They groped … Continue reading

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