Category Archives: Poetry

Between Then and Now

Then, I loved brushing my father’s thick facial hair, Which, I was pranked belonging to my grandfather And which my father had stuck on his face. Now, a part of my daily schedule Is my own beard that equally isn’t … Continue reading

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Pretty. Simple.

A poem for Spruha. She turns 3 today. Continue reading

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On Writing

I must ask questions. Seek answers. Rediscover. Continue reading

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Rediscovery

Amidst the bidders, for whom Spoken words make the market, I resort to words unspoken To be the voice of my own. Survived, I have Through nights and days. To survive within each moment, I call upon my soul. Witnessing … Continue reading

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Micropoetry: Memoir

What you have left folded Within the wrinkles of life, Becomes evident only when I realize that you gave More than what I ever gained. ©Suyog Ketkar #Gogyohka #Micropoetry

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Change of Seasons

The chirping of birds, Who, at the Mango tree, Celebrate the Change of seasons, Welcoming the days of glory Bidding the days of grim. The drumming noise, tapping on Your windows, epilogues the Change of seasons, And Highlights the crow … Continue reading

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