Satish Verma

Gold Star - 15,037 Points (5-6-1935)

Satish Verma Poems

41. A Cracked Visit 11/23/2009
42. A Crazy Theme 7/29/2009
43. A Cricket Invades The Night 1/17/2012
44. A Crouching Stance 5/28/2014
45. A Dark House 1/6/2012
46. A Day Of Counting 10/1/2009
47. A Death's Kiss 5/30/2016
48. A Discreet Failure 11/23/2015
49. A Dream After The Demise 11/27/2008
50. A Family Dust 12/23/2009
51. A Fracas Goes On 1/6/2016
52. A Frightening Dream 10/4/2008
53. A Future Waits 5/7/2013
54. A Grave Question 7/7/2016
55. A Grave Reminder 11/10/2008
56. A Greek Tragedy 8/7/2008
57. A Green Pride Has No Ambition Now 3/11/2008
58. A Guilt On Trial 8/10/2016
59. A Handful 2/9/2013
60. A Handful Of Victories 11/24/2007
61. A Hanging Tale 3/8/2016
62. A Hermit 11/28/2007
63. A Home In My Home 10/27/2007
64. A Hot Patch 10/23/2007
65. A Hum 2/11/2010
66. A Hybrid Of Man 11/23/2007
67. A Keyhole Surgery 4/19/2016
68. A Killing 10/28/2011
69. A Kiss Melts 10/30/2007
70. A Labyrinthine Passage 9/3/2014
71. A Lantern Guides 8/22/2009
72. A Lasso 6/24/2010
73. A Lifelong Journey 9/13/2009
74. A Lone Journey 8/30/2014
75. A Lone Prayer 6/16/2016
76. A Lone Warrior 12/3/2009
77. A Long Hot Summer 5/11/2013
78. A Long Night 11/28/2014
79. A Love And Hate Story 5/9/2012
80. A Love Song 4/26/2014
Best Poem of Satish Verma

Loss Of Identity

It was chillingly true.
You walked out─
of the soot, without
leaving any footprints.

There were some very
hard questions. Why─
did you snap,
while sparrows were mating?

Carnage. The roses
were burning inside. The
red cherries shriek and
run for the amnesty.

On the terrace, the yellow
moon descends for a─
word. Why the nukes were
pointed towards the spiders?

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Bleeding Heart

And everyday we talk about the sinister designs
of semilunar nights to rob us of our days
when the sleep was far away chasing the sleep
and the crumbeled continuity of a tale lay unpeeled.

How to highlight the dates on our calenders?
You keep forgetting even the years
when your forefathers left.
And deep in the green grass the names were wiped out.

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