Poetry: Adnan shafi

Adnan Shafi
Wreckage

Just flickers and 
impressions,
Squalls blast 
down the foyer,
Hums across 
the house...
I behold people 
flinging like toys 
the surge of sadism 
rends the probity in 
seconds;
Bursts through the 
veins into the heart 
and razes the whole 
life in micro-seconds
***


Twilight

Through the haze
Of twilight, the 
beams of xii 
flashlights cut 
through;
Meanwhile, a 
dozen maniacal 
lads hurry through 
the gloaming, 
dazzling their 
flashlights around, 
searching me in 
the abyss.
***


A pen

Holding a pen,
Years of angst 
Cut through a 
countenance;
Dingy haloes 
under the eyes 
picture a glint filled 
with dead nights ;
Bit by bit encircled 
by dead air except 
for the celibacy.
***


Adnan Shafi, was born and brought up in a middle class educated Bhat family from Chandrigam in Tral area of Kashmir valley. He is a poet, writer, columnist, translator, short story writer, reviewer, blogger, motivational speaker, ghazal-writer and editor, and co-author of many anthologies. He has been internationally published and won poetry awards from numerous publications.

His poetry book "TEARS FALL IN MY HEART' depicts sorrows and vicissitudes of life. There are various hues in his poems ranging from love to loneliness and despair. Besides, his poetry is replete with the simplicity of thought and language. Some of the poems are autobiographical in nature which relate to his own life’s vows.

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