I see you in broken grass tall, formless, and looking to eat beside the hourglass we slip through time short in narration and long in susurrations, make the mind believe in love a moments wonder sitting beside you, counting blessings easing tension relating old fears to the waystation time, no…
“New Year Resolutions” by Shalini Narang
Each new year, we think up new resolutions, Conveniently forgetting last year’s dissolutions. Unfulfilled promises, made quietly or with elocution, In rare cases, leading to true and lasting evolution. Why are pledges easy to make? But easier to break? Words are simple to say and fake. True test via deeds is no piece of cake….