I am..

Mai hoo, mai hoo..(I’m there, I’m there)
Tumhare chai k chuskiyo me (In sips of your tea)

Tumhare sukhe kapdo k silwato me (In the creases of your dry clothes)

Tumhare haatho ki adakaari me ( In the creativity of your hands)

Tumhare khoye hue lifafo me ( In those envelopes you have lost)

Tumhare adhure sapno me ( In your unfulfilled dreams)

Tumhare soye hue zid me. (In your hidden stubbornness)

Tumhare khamosh lafzo me mai hoo ( In your silent words)

Tumhare tanhaai me, tumhare dard me (In your emptiness, in your pain)

Tumhare khushi me aur har ek ehsaas me (In your happiness and in each and every feeling)

Mai hoo (I’m there)

Mai hoo?( Am I there?)

Ya sirf meri ehsaas….( Or is it the feeling of my existence…)

Moumita.

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Article 1- Understanding teenagers

Being a teacher I got to meet the loveliest creation of God, “children”. They say it is easier handling a baby, but once they grow up, it is a difficult ball game. Well as a teacher I believe, bringing up a child is a continuous process. It starts from their birth and keeps going on. 

 Sometimes I used to see teenagers, especially girls act completely weird around grown ups. They try to show they are very confident, driven, and hate boys. The boys on the other hand, try to act cool, careless and obviously hated girls. When I got the opportunity to interact with them, I found the root cause of their problems. Most of them are actually afraid of their true selves. They have to prove themselves in every aspect of their lives. On top of that, they have to look attractive. No matter from which financial background they came from. Most importantly, they don’t have someone to talk to. Yes they have friends, but they don’t find someone older than them who actually understands them. 

All these mixed emotions make them bratty, cranky and ill behaved. Some go into a shell and some become rebels. But there is a void which only parents can fill. There parents might be working very hard to achieve everything for their kid. But if they can spend atleast an hour with their kid each day and just listen to all their cute little stories, the families will be happier along with the child.

Moumita

INCOMPLETE…

Yours lips did touch mine, but you couldnot listen my unspoken words.

My body was all yours, yet you never tried to delve deeper.

I donot miss your love, I just miss your body.

Its warmth, and the pleasure it offered.

….

To be continued

These days

These days, the sky looks more blue.

These days, the sunset looks a little more breathtaking.

These days, the short phone calls we have, holds more meaning.

These days, the sound of the moving train feels musical.

These days, your voice sounds sweeter.

These days, all the meaningless odd jobs turn into something magical.

These days, I feel more closer to happiness,

These days, I forget to shout at mistakes.

These days, I become a little bit crazier.

I think, I am going closer to loving life these days.

Moumita

Words

There are some words which are left unsaid,

There are some words which didnot come to the lips.

 Those unsaid words are troublemakers, they can mean anything.

Gather courage and speak up.

Words bring trouble, there will be fights, and more fights,

Yet they are better than those pent up emotions

Which create a volcano inside our hearts, and destroy our inner peace.

So let those unsaid words out, set them free.

Bestie

She waited for him, to ask her out someday.

She waited for him, to take her out on a ride.

She waited for the moment he would ask her for a romantic dance.

And she waited for the moment of his love.

But impatience took over, and she made the first move.

Defying all the rules in the novels she read, she proposed him.

He was not at all surprised,instead was shocked.

He thought she is his bestie.

He went ahead and explained the difference.

She agreed, afraid to lose him.

Yet deep down inside, she knew she lost him.

She knew she had lost her bestfriend.