Saturday, August 13, 2016


A Guest Post by Dr. Diwakar Pokhriyal

(Poetry Forms used - Rhyme + Enclosed Rhyme + Haiku + Etheree + Tetractys)

Rinsed through the atrocities,
The mind lost the way,
The magic went black,
The haziness is here to stay,

Volcanic eruptions are evident,
The world stings the man,
No clue of the clan,
Looks like a poor merchant,

Illusion of spring,
The magic, hope and mistrust,
A story untold,

The Man,
Finds a way,
Through bruised  bushes,
And relentless ache,
Cruising towards the sky,
Breaking walls of sympathy,
In hope of historic moments,
Like a resurgence of a tycoon,
Feeding his hope and unrealistic grass,

The tragedies down, turning a dream real.

About the Poet:

Dr. Diwakar Pokhriyal is a writer by passion. He has written 11 poetry books and 1 short story collection. He has been a part of 82 poetry anthologies/magazines with writers around the world. He has won "Aagaman Young Talent - 2015" award. He has won “Poiesis Award for Excellence in Literature-2014” for his short story.His works are also included in various websites. He is also a part of "Limca Book of Records - 2015" as he participated in "Synthesis - The First book on duet poetry". With a touch of music in him, he is also a member of the GRV Band as a rhythm guitarist and songwriter. The songs can be enjoyed on YouTube channel of GRV Band.

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