A serial killer

Title: A serial killer escapes jail and assaults innocent dreams.
It was my first attempt at haiku, which is now my favorite poem style. And the following lines personify our biggest enemy. It, or rather he, is a serial killer known to assault dreams and destroying many lives. Read “A Serial Killer” with Rees Gargi.

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Flickering snow

Flickering snow is a poem about a heartbroken human being. He has been through storm and thunders, but his love never wavered. And upon being shattered by the person he loved, he doubted his own self-worth. His flickering snow was the avalanche, he just did not know. If you ever feel that you are not sufficient, remember; no one is supposed to be adequate. We are flawed, we are humans, but we are not less. Have a good time.

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Melody O’ Whit

I was not much into poetry when I first penned down this poem. In fact, this was my second poem, among many I have written. This is about a woman under a dilemma. We all fight for our own battles sometimes. But this woman, in the poem, has two choices under the circumstances. She can panic and run like a normal person would do, or she can just sit, enjoy some mild music and her cup of tea. It’s a war going on for god’s sake!
Type: Melodrama, Tragedy, Feminism

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