A self-talk, a moment of reflection on the time`s mood, and every other impression emanating from the grief-stricken society of Kashmir.
A poem on teacher-student relationship.
A poem addressed to a teacher, and reflecting on various aspects of teaching process.
A melancholic poem, reflecting the loss of hope and vigor in modern time society.
This poem is a painful recollection of carnage against innocent children, children who have become the silent victims of oppression, terrorism and political hegemony.
A poem exploring head-to-head collision at borders between two countries. In fact, it is a painful recollection of images emanating from war-hit countries where nothing but humanity dies.
This poem is addressed to a blood stain, and the poet asks it various questions which reveal the brutality, inhumanity and absurdity of war.
A conflict of ideas between pristine life and the life of reality, and how it impacts our life and judgments and priorities and beliefs. This poem represents this dichotomy.
To My Kashmir is about the Valley of Kashmir, famously known as 'Paradise on Earth' but now a mess! This poem gives voice to its longing for those old happy days.
A sort poem that I wrote while I was on the bank of river Pohru ( flowing in Kashmir ) is now what is titled 'A Beautiful Crime.' It is about molesting the chastity of purity of beautiful river Pohru.
A Fire in the Fever is a poem symbolizing the inner turmoil on being caught in two extremes of wild fever and wild fire.