I’ve written a lot of poems.
Some of my favorites are:
On Heart’s Papers: On Heart’s Papers, a free verse poem speaks of a mind trapped without a voice to listen to, just left to express in words inked on paper.
Envy of mornings: This was my first attempt at the Shadorma form of poetry, and remains to date, the most read and commented poem of mine; and one of the most satisfactory poems I’ve written.
Born in me: The art of writing is what keeps me alive, and though I developed into a more better writer, I feel that art was in me when I was born.
Meaningless: This was a challenge given to me quite recently by my friend, The Fool. It brought out more of the philosopher in me, and I felt it was one of the best I’ve ever written!
In hopes..: I’m a big-time haiku addict. I like expressing a lot in little words. This is one of my better ones, expressing a patience when I wait.
No life: Without words, I’m lifeless.
Why should I not smile?: This poem means a lot to me. It was one of my first on the blog, but it helped one of my friends forget committing suicide.
Elemental life: The elements are very much part of any life, especially one of a writer’s.
Blinded emotions: My first ever challenge from a good friend, Lady Nimue.
Echoes: One of my better, more depth-filled Fibo poems!
Expressions of my soul: This is a poem dear to me, because it brought me back to life after a block phase.
The notebook: I didn’t realize how memorable this poem was till a friend asked me for this link, quoting from the poem, months after she initially read it!
Fallen yet fighting: What was inspired by few words, told more than what those words could in the end!
Can they see?: A set of senryu.
To falter: a poem in a form of my making, the Duoundectain!
Her letters: a Sijo form poem.
Two ways: a Triolet, and one of my best ever, both in satisfaction after writing, and with readers!
Insatiable: one of my first sensual poems! Free verse.
Mind’s Flight: One of my few attempts at shape poetry!
Confinement: The Acrostic form of poetry is not easy, and I’ve had a lot of attempts at it. This, to-date, has been the most satisfactory!