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~Sanjay Rai~ Without a direction Blank, Scared, Clueless Blind and totally left Alone in mercy of faith.
~Dig Bahdur Tamang~ Why don’t we Begin the war of Economic and Agricultures social justice And we should stop those foreign Vultures. Peace is sweet and cold It is neither arrogant nor bold! Pashupati Nath bless our Nepal! Lord Buddha … Continue reading
~Chandra Rai ‘Aakash’~ It was an absolutely fabulous, pleasurable moment never repeated in my life. Sakewa begins almost at the end of spring at dawn. My curious eyes opened from a long sleep, and I squatted in the hard but … Continue reading
~Abha Niraula~ For a long time, after you left, I tried so hard to love my own skin. But every inch of it held your sweet smell
~Sanjay Rai~ There was the continuous Gush of winds Blowing in and out Simmering the rhythms of life
~Sanat Acharya~ I moved thru the Rundle in the evening’s light All shops and artists singing for my one sight I felt like writing out my worries of vain Wait! it was all golden, but it was no gold The … Continue reading
~Sahara Bhattarai~ The choice has been made to broaden the wisdom far from the tender care struggling to make a mark of my own
~Krishna Prasai~ If you desire, you can buy the foreign lands, If you think it necessary, you can abandon your motherland. But in the name of our property That you have thought to be worthless We still have some baskets … Continue reading
~ANUP JOSHI ~ If you reach too low or too high you needn’t feel frightened For you’ll get elevators to help you ascend or descend If you’re out in the dark night you needn’t feel frightened For you’ll see the … Continue reading
~Karuna Chettri ‘Sitara’~ It is a challenge to eat in the dark–especially when you disagree with the ideological reasons behind the lifeless light bulbs, motionless fans and a frail, flickering candle. The ‘lights out nights’ are to show solidarity to … Continue reading
~Karuna Chettri ‘Sitara’~ I heard the crash before I felt the blow to my head. The accordion door of the bedroom closet had collapsed, knocking me over like a spinning top that had lost its rhythm. Hangers, choked with … Continue reading
~Karuna Chettri ‘Sitara’~ The single light bulb swung from a naked wire attached to the low ceiling. The glare penetrated the blindfold as it moved back and forth like a pendulum. The heat from the fine filament seared the tip … Continue reading
~Deep Handigaule~ Rachana is arriving today. Rakesh kept on bouncing in and out of sleep all night long. Fire works by the government center at midnight, and elsewhere all night compounded his excitement even more. Crisp morning of a New … Continue reading
~Nilan Kumar Thechwami~ I saw, people are crying in the valley Coz of scarcity of drinking water I’m amazing! I’m amazing with national wealthy I amazing on wealthy of water I seriously ask to the hills of valley He is … Continue reading
~Soham Dhakal~ If I remember correctly, as a child, the rumors about Murkuttae Bhut had been very frightening. Now that I think about it, it was a deep resentment that could not be explained. Oh yes, there were a lot … Continue reading
~Prawin Adhikari~ Harihar tightly grasps the toes of his opposite legs as he sits patiently in the lotus position, waiting for Sangita to knead his head and tell if the pumpkin is ripe enough for her to take to the … Continue reading
~Jayendra Pathak~ I can’t say what made me fall in love with this cafe. Everything is so intense, the colors, the taste, even the Rain not the filthy rain as that of my town. They say whatever you are looking … Continue reading
~Prawin Adhikari~ A child’s green shoe in the thorny shadows of a cactus hedge—wet, small, pitiably lonely without its pair—accused Janaki of slaughter. She crouched to hide from the world, but the wind caught her scent and blew it to … Continue reading
~Soham Dhakal~ “You know, sometimes I wish that I could dissapear. Its not because I am running away from anything, its just that I want to vanish. Just because. There is actually no rational explanation. Well maybe because I get … Continue reading
~Manjari Himchuli~ I first noticed the itch when I was maybe nine or ten years old. I think I might have had contracted it from one of my good friends as I started experiencing it right after she won her … Continue reading
~Tenzin Tsundue~ I am a terrorist I like to kill. I have a horn, two fangs and a dragon fly tail.
~Sagar Rijal~ When I leave I will remember the peas you planted on the yard and the lone orange tree, its leaves deep green in the winter sun, still too young to bear fruit.
~Sagar Rijal~ I don’t know where the birds go to die. I have never seen, a crow or a sparrow fall down in midflight. Not the hunted birds; the free wheeling ones, that die natural deaths.
~Arun Budhathoki~ Music Never Stops Bubbly faith floating profusely Between flippant contemplation and wall of desire Weaves majestic zenith-clouds; sparkling fire clout Heartbeats, falling ashes defile sanity, Coy traveller enrapture weak currents,
~Chanky Shrestha ‘Avaya’~ They pierced here with a solemn dusk and murdered my dream at the moment when I was exessively passionate to it
~Shradha Mukhiya~ civilization. the fragance of money, closets and drive- ins, the laser beams and wood, sex of power, constipated power freaks, guns and peace prize, psychoanalysis and depression, moral codes with double standards,
~Kunga Tshring~ Looking back My life was like a chaotic kaleidescope Everywhere I turned, My Life seemed always bizzarre My darkest hours seem so hillarous My love life so mockfully null Looking back
~Prabal Thapa~ I came to refuge from a long way…. long long way that I would never anticipate to go back Everythings have been already packed for ever… there is nothing left behind Except gruesome memories of haunted house and … Continue reading
~Deepak Shrestha~ Faces, too many faces Some I remember Most I forgot Some I love Few I hate But Faces
~Deepak Shrestha~ I saw her In Daffodils garden With wings on her back Like an Angel I asked her How are you And She cried with pain While gently holding her warm arms
~Arati Yonjan~ Well, so many of them said that I was not strong enough to have and to hold the light of love. I am not one of those who seek their way through open doors to save their lives … Continue reading
~Arati Yonjan~ Thoughts, ideas they are all like steam if you harnessed them properly they would turn into energy, if you failed,