Month: July 2019

Doors

Doors. They represent many things to many people. They represent new beginnings to some and lost ones to others, a way to return and a way to move on, a place to reach and a place to go on from. And for everyone one of those representations, I find doors to be a beautiful thing. […]

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Fragile

On a walk through an evening drizzle, I found a pigeon’s feather in a puddle. The stark contrasts of something that was meant to be in the sky being perfectly balanced atop the water that made me look closer into its beauty. Please follow and like us:

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Dreaming with Deaf Stars

How many sunsets have gone by without you?How many nights have gone by without the moon to guide my dreams to yours?To may if you ask me, but the only ones who care are the stars,Lingering in the black sky, casting a glow in the dead of night,And they’ve been too busy granting wishes for […]

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Save..Her

This piece of art describes an innocent girl child. Saving the girl child is important. Please follow and like us:

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That 90’s Place

Do you remember those days when time was slower, everything was judicious , except love, and there was no urgency for validation? Everything had a meaning, the world was people centric and there was abundance of kindness and precious little imitation? Do you remember the lasting memories we made in that era? With thirty six […]

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Under the Dreaming Tree

Under the Dreaming Tree I discover you,As though you’d been waiting for a lifetime.You reach your hand out, patiently waiting for me to realize, The fragments of dreams that make up the memory of you.So I sleep and sleep, as you take me underTo a place of distorted reality, that knows neither beginning nor end,Forever […]

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Utsav

This a piece of art describes about rejoice of a festival (Utsav) Please follow and like us:

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The Caravan

There was once a caravan on the other side of the river. Surrounded by trees and puddles and sheltered under the raging sun. Smoke came out its chimney and continued to fill the sky until whatever was being cooked inside had filled dinner plates. It had arrived in the beginning of summer. It had not […]

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Nature (Candid) 2

To know more about Rachana’s Nature collection go through the first edition of the Nature series: Please follow and like us:

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The Man, the Desert, and his Creator!

A man found hisFootmarks disappearing Under dunes of sand,Scorched by desert heatAs he walked to find his creator. In an oasis,With dangling coconutsAnd tepid ponds,God was found. Each limb sparkled.Even the solitary star,Burnt in a fading backdrop,To an illuminant being. One arm caressed,A creature,Who was in equal doses,Queer and celestial. The other arm held high,Palm stretched […]

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A tryst with Usha!

It was our pleasure to join Sangamer Usha at the 44th Annual Art Exhibition organised by the Tamil Nadu Arts & Crafts Improvement Association, held in Chennai between the 8th and 14th July. She was recognised during the opening ceremony of the exhibition and felicitated with a memento.  We were audience to the works, of […]

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Enshroud

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Beneath Autumn Trees

The moon has a certain glow to it tonight, one that cannot help but attract eyes everywhere. The night air is chilly, but the people refuse to go back home. They stare upward at the moon, through the autumn trees that rustle in the wind. And in that fraction of a moment, nothing else matters. […]

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The Broken Heart

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The one whom I Love

To spend a day like this, with a pretty view and water beneath our feet, in each other’s arms as we sway across the lake; it would be all for naught if I were not spending it with you. For at the end of the day, you make intimacy blissful, your open arms are home, […]

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You

You Not me,Bend Sun-rays around cloudsSoft and see-through.Which steal evening shadowsFrom your blonde-brown hair,Straight and styledInto ruffles.ProfileSparkling as if nursing,SmileFoxy, tapping a drumWith each toke of his joint.Dressing a vest topWhich twists into anglesAs you danceTo another favourite song.Chatting Buddhism in the gardenCrafted into excellentFeng-shui.Sound of the wind chimesTalking woodAmongst the trees and flowers,Blooming aside […]

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The Night

Sometimes it’s just the negativity inside us that pulls us down to kill our dreams. This poem, “The Night”, is meant to convey the message that sometimes it is okay to cry and let the anger out in order to move on, pave the way for positivity and success. No matter what challenges life may […]

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Love: What we can never name

A look into the mind of a person who has lost touch with herself. Jaded and torn from her experiences in life, she looks to others guidance for  answers, a concern or even to blame. #1 When did the art of words lose their deeper meanings?When did I learn to read for popularity rather than […]

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The Heritage House

This old house site was full of life some years ago, but now remains unattended and enshrines memories of bygone years. Please follow and like us:

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Abel and Cain

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