Jaishree Nair


Jaishree Nair Poems

81. Roaring Silence 2/6/2017
82. Nostalgic Memories 9/20/2015
83. An Uninvited Guest 2/10/2016
84. Showers Of Mind 6/17/2016
85. A Meaning To Life 6/22/2016
86. A Home 3/16/2015
87. Woman 3/4/2015
88. A Painful Day 2/22/2015
89. A White Coat 3/13/2015
90. Job Accomplished 4/3/2015
91. My Mother 5/9/2015
92. Promised To Grow Old Together 6/27/2015
93. Justice Triumphed........ 9/2/2015
94. How Can I Forget.... 9/6/2015
95. A Tear Drop 9/13/2015
96. Mother Nature At Its Best 7/3/2015
97. Burning Candles 7/23/2015
98. A New Life Begins 8/30/2015
99. Heavenly Bliss 11/11/2015
100. Tears Of An Emigrant's Wife..... 11/5/2015
101. Smothered Innocence 10/13/2015
102. Until Then... 1/2/2016
103. A Delightful Surprise 8/26/2015
104. The Heaven Lost Forever 8/15/2015
105. Disgracing Womanhood 9/14/2015
106. A Deep Pain. 9/12/2015
107. My Wealth 9/5/2015
108. Another Year Ahead 5/24/2015
109. With My Young Ones 4/22/2015
110. An Emptiness 4/2/2015
111. The Pain In My Joys 2/25/2016
112. Found Missing 3/24/2015
113. Who Am I? 2/24/2015
114. Family Is Not Always Blood 4/3/2015
115. Diamonds Are Forever 2/28/2015
116. Your Absence 3/19/2015
117. The Staff Room 2/19/2015
118. The Thread Of Humanity 9/17/2016
119. If I Had A Brother 3/11/2015
120. Shattered Dreams 10/26/2015
Best Poem of Jaishree Nair

Regret

She sat on the chair,
Half inclined to turn and run,
The white reflected in the mirror
Her tresses golden and amber.

She felt a moment of hesitation,
Should she, or shouldn't she?
The final word given,
She waited for the cold blade.

Snip, snip, snip went the scissors
The tresses fell all around.
Long, brown shiny with a tint of gold,
She closed her eyes cold.

She opened and stared
Shocked-a stranger in the mirror?
Faint memory of a writer's childhood fear
Shingled hair-sign of cowardice?

She dreaded going out,
A ...

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The Staff Room

A shelter zone,
for a few social builders
on the first floor
of an academic institution.

Tables and chairs arranged here and there,
books of various sizes strewn,
a shelf in one corner
to hold trophies rare.

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