Yes, I Am Black – Poem by Sneha Wassan

I was born with a face less fair, God painted me with charcoal, they said! So by now you get it, I’m black! A progeny of the slaves, a colour of destruction and evil fate! My colour became my identity of atrocious diabolical mind, Too young to understand, the world of a bogging vainglorious land. … Continue reading Yes, I Am Black – Poem by Sneha Wassan

I Can Miss You With Smile – Poem by Arjun Dahal

Days have passed, Weeks have passed, Months have passed, Seasons have changed, Years have passed, I know, you’ll never return, But I can miss you with smile. Stay happy, Stay blessed, I could write to you, But I don’t know your new address, And all I can do, Is write and publish for you, Just … Continue reading I Can Miss You With Smile – Poem by Arjun Dahal

The Righteous and the Wicked – Poem by Micah Tudor

Two paths are there in life: the path of righteousness, and the path of wickedness. If from the righteous path you stray, dearly will you have to pay. Should you choose to take the wicked path, you will feel God’s mighty wrath. Down He will strike you, and to Hell He will cast you. Every … Continue reading The Righteous and the Wicked – Poem by Micah Tudor