Biography of Himanshu Sanghani
Through my poems
I talk about my life.
Himanshu Sanghani Poems
</>Darkness holds my self, I imagined being that light break open the surrogate walls clutching me, but never got the chance to feel the truth the self exist;
I’ve wandered through Himalayas Of Kashmir till Sikkim, of Arunachal till Nepal have known the desert, have known the valleys that blue river, that stark sky
The feeling roughed me, giving sour emptiness I am alone inspite of brawny world around me I only went low never high accomplished nothing
Sitting on a berth I gazed at your brown eyes, I controlled the words by carefully heeding my thoughts, my mind freaked out with what it was building. I dodged the thoughts by looking around,
Mamta Chitnis Sen
Strands of chrome and purple feeling seem to screen the word through thin air, came in on Thursday evening
The air of deep colours hovered over my head, magnetic, enchanting splitting colours. I levered the illusions listening Pink Floyd my veins never felt the blood this way;
Edge Of The Heaven
At the edge of the ocean I crossed my legs and sat as quietly as I could, not that I had lost my way
Piercing the cloud the dropp titillates the dorm the sense brings the smile whilst heir came down it splashes, it breaks, reconciling its not just one its many, the fall gives a new beginning.
My home destroyed and I left alone with the speed of light I was thrown amidst the other stars; I found a way
Deserted! life stand-still when dark breeze is glooming no wonder where it will take you. In despair you curse the holy
The Final Cut
Hell awaits & heaven won’t take me I am in between planes the final cut has been made blood ooze out but I can’t feel the pain.
Sitting on a berth I gazed at your brown eyes,
I controlled the words by carefully heeding my thoughts,
my mind freaked out with what it was building.
I dodged the thoughts by looking around,
but who knew your eyes and smile
would entice the emotions that I was shielding.
I hoped if I sprout you would accept those kind words
I hoped that the beginning shouldn't turn into ending