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What if the walls could talk
just like you and me it would gossip
like aunties and good old grannies
it would tell stories of every home.
It would talk of mother cooking love in the kitchen

  • there wouldn’t be any secret recipes
    it would tell daddy how much she loves
    and how much more she cares for her home,
    it would tell the kids of every extra morsel she saved for them
    of every night spent awake in their ills
    and of every dream she burried for the sake of their happiness.
    Dear daddy would then stop worrying
    about what good his son watches while he texts his love all night
    and would secretly know of his daughter’s half written poetry,
    he would be well aware of their heartbreaks
    the walls would probably tell the kids
    that he was the real Santa on Christmas eves,
    And guess what, he wouldn’t forget anniversaries.
    For grandma, she’d be a little less lonely
    the voides that grandfather had left her with
    which we were too busy to fill,
    the lavender walls of her room would probably talk in.
    If walls could talk, wouldn’t it be great?
    It would choose its own color
    It would tell us when to paint
    It would bridge what people call
  • the communication gap.

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What if the walls could talk
just like you and me it would gossip
like aunties and good old grannies
it would tell stories of every home.
It would talk of mother cooking love in the kitchen

  • there wouldn’t be any secret recipes
    it would tell daddy how much she loves
    and how much more she cares for her home,
    it would tell the kids of every extra morsel she saved for them
    of every night spent awake in their ills
    and of every dream she burried for the sake of their happiness.
    Dear daddy would then stop worrying
    about what good his son watches while he texts his love all night
    and would secretly know of his daughter’s half written poetry,
    he would be well aware of their heartbreaks
    the walls would probably tell the kids
    that he was the real Santa on Christmas eves,
    And guess what, he wouldn’t forget anniversaries.
    For grandma, she’d be a little less lonely
    the voides that grandfather had left her with
    which we were too busy to fill,
    the lavender walls of her room would probably talk in.
    If walls could talk, wouldn’t it be great?
    It would choose its own color
    It would tell us when to paint
    It would bridge what people call
  • the communication gap.

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Shh… Hush!
I walk on my tiptoes to my room,
In the wee hours of the night
As I open my door to a room
Full of black, I switch on my phone,
As I creep under the blanket,
With a piece of chocolate saved
from yesterday’s tiffin, I switch on
Netflix and prepare to chill.
As the opening credits begin,
I look up, feeling a sense of freedom yet guilty,
Like indulging in a case of guilty pleasure,
A cocktail of mixed feelings,
Like the moonlight teasing the darkness.
Minutes later, the door opened
“Mumma, another story “,
my son climbed onto my bed,
I caressed his hair gathering my book
of bedtime stories –
Yes, I was happy.

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What if?

That’s just some random musings… But guys, don’t you think, even before this Lockdown begun, weren’t we actually living in a kind of lockdown set up by our busy lives : home, office, work, home kind of an everyday routine with little or no time to think, feel or even wonder if what we’re doing is what we would be wanting to do.
Now at least, we have the much sought after time to ourselves and also our families.
Let’s hope for this pandemic to end in a better note, till then stay home and stay safe. .
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Don’t forget to catch up on Ishita Banik’s (@ishita__banik ) interview this Sunday. .
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Follow : @mymusings.2018 .
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On the occasion of Mother’s Day …

She bore my weight 

Carried me through 

Nurtured me 

Like petals for Bud. 
For every struggle I went through 

Every stumble I faced,

She stood by me, never complaining. 

Even my angst she would bear. 

And that pretty Iris 

Who cried joy when I uttered,

“Mother”

That divine lady she is. 

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Tender Care

Tender Care

This is what a MOTHER does to her child. she protects him from wind, storm thunder or any devastating forces that would try to harm his/her life.

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On this occasion of Mother’s Day…

As a tribute to the Best Lady of all…

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I Believe...

Why should I believe in the treasures on the sea-bed

When I haven’t seen them at all?

Why would I believe in magicians and witch-crafts

When they’re just heard and gone?

Why will I believe in the bitterness of plums 

When I’ve never felt that before?

Why shall I believe in myths and folklore

When they never existed in front of my eyes?

Yet I believe in God

I believe in angles

I believe in fairies

Who would take me to a fairyland.

And all because I’ve seen them exist

Exist in none but a lady.

And guess how blessed I might be

To have this lady as my mummy.

 

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