Tag Archives: Rajat Agrawal

Wish You Were Here, Poetry by Rajat Agrawal

While he struggled to find lexis, for their beautiful world, or the absence of,

Her smile and her shine godlike, he was eternally infatuated for,

Her voice and her poise charming, he always longed for,

As he just stood there with rapt attention towards her radiance Continue reading

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Living In Color, Poetry by Emani Barton

Genre:┬áSociety, Life Living In Color by Emani Barton The melanin of your skin Isn’t what defines you Though, they’ve already created an image Of who you’re supposed to be… Barbaric, so in ways they’ll confine you And judge you off … Continue reading

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A Thought For The Farmers, Poetry by Rajat Agrawal

Before you take a sleep at night,
Before you hungrily take a bite,
Think of the poor farmers here,
They work tirelessly day and night,
To provide you the food you eat,
To provide you the means to survive Continue reading

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