Done with a liaison. A Poem by Aparna Pathak

 
Remember how much you liked
every word I wrote on your screen,
interpreted in your own way.
Research was focused
on vulnerable valency.
I sat answering all the queries
benefitting you to find techniques
to get me involved.
 
Your thesis didn’t take long to finish
and you then wanted to start afresh.
Some relationships end like experiments.
Nothing is required once your page ends with,
‘hence proved’.

 
 
aparnaiit

Bio:
Aparna Pathak belongs to Delhi, India. Graduate in English (Honors) and post graduate in public relations , her poems have been published in more than 30 print anthologies, online publications and also various literaty magazines like twice in “Reflections”, and Negative Suck, Rolling Thunder Press, and blue Cygnus. One of her poem has been awarded the commendation of ” Highly Commended ” in the Poem of the Year Category of the Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ICOP Awards 2012. Her own book of poetry, “silent flute ” was published in January 2014.

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No Strings Attached. A Poem by Aparna Pathak

 
“Give me a break!”
It says often.
 
It’s already tough to stand on same place
for years, fixed by trashy threads
 
that keeps on digging the soil
beneath, more day after day;
and call it strengthening.
 
Just hover around
as decorations and possessions
without being attached.
 
Twigs are overloaded.
Dont suck.
 
Feel free to roam around but
come back , when in evenings
folks pass by appreciating affluence.
 
 
111111
 
 

Bio:
Aparna Pathak belongs to Delhi, India. Graduate in English (Honors) and post graduate in public relations , her poems have been published in more than 30 print anthologies, online publications and also various literaty magazines like twice in “Reflections”, and Negative Suck, Rolling Thunder Press, and blue Cygnus. One of her poem has been awarded the commendation of ” Highly Commended ” in the Poem of the Year Category of the Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ICOP Awards 2012. Her own book of poetry, “silent flute ” was published in January 2014.

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Moving on. Poem by Aparna Pathak

 
 
Walking on long road
I ignored the squelch
 
Under haste feet
Remnants were crushed over and again
 
In hope of grabbing an oasis
I didn’t turn
 
On familiar path, for decades
I didn’t return
 
Tired of chaotic chase
Few nostalgic steps I took back
 
Splendid leaves, fragrance in breeze
Chirping birds, affluent trees
 
No crushing sound, no broken crust
No wrecked nests, no dust around
 
Yet epitome of peace could not soothe
Fluttering feathers were so noisy
Another U –turn I took
At peace, now I actually moved on
 
111111
Bio:
Aparna Pathak belongs to Delhi, India. Graduate in English (Honors) and post graduate in public relations , her poems have been published in more than 30 print anthologies, online publications and also various literaty magazines like twice in “Reflections”, and Negative Suck, Rolling Thunder Press, and blue Cygnus. One of her poem has been awarded the commendation of ” Highly Commended ” in the Poem of the Year Category of the Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ICOP Awards 2012. Her own book of poetry, “silent flute ” was published in January 2014.

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