CITYSCAPES in MODERN POETRY Hey! Use the above link to read my article! AdvertisementsRead More Cityscapes as Detrimental Factors in the poems of Allen Ginsberg, T.S. Eliot and James Douglas Morrison
The dupatta is wrung Around her neck, A noose To keep her body chaste And her screams Locked up. Her torn limbs Expose pale bone and flesh Devoured by the men Who raped her and the dogs Who could not find a meal That day. Her swaying corpse was burned, Leaving her drenched […]Read More Ritual
Image source: (https://jimmorrisonbiography.wordpress.com/jim-and-the-doors-pictures/.) To step into the world of James Douglas Morrison (Jim Morrison), and attempt a psychoanalytical study of his poetry would mean diving into a dimension defined by lucid images, mostly lewd and obscene but also rich in allusions and description. They provide a visual treat, sometimes psychedelic, sometimes existential and […]Read More Jim Morrison’s ‘The Ghost Song’ in the Light of Surrealism, Existentialism, Absurdism, and Sigmund Freud
The grey wind
breathes on your neck.Read More Grey Wind
You still remember the scent of crushed leaves basking in the mud, the sun choking out their water. The inviting aroma of dead leaves would anchor itself in the air of a hot, sunny day. It was the time of farewells and goodbyes, tears and nostalgia for a past that could not be undone. At […]Read More Dead Leaves
torn black streets echo in grey clouds under a blue sky. cemented high rises curtains to a crowded audience. rubber spines of beggars bent under the heavy sun. slow shutter speed many faces trapped in an obscure plot.Read More URBAN
I try and close my eyes
But there’s a universe insideRead More Colours Again.
Outside my window
The storm rages
But I’m too stoned to realise.Read More Colours.