I want freedom? (poem)

I want freedom? Choice? Like I have it. Freedom? Like i know it. Walls of glass, See it, but. don’t ever touch. Prism of dreams, Hope it, Don’t ever do. All making me. Serve my master, Better and better. Slave? Am i? No, I have a choice, Choice to be free. Will I break the chain? No, I shall not; as, I want in to Society.

26 May 2022  ·  1 Minute  ·  66 words


I’ve always avoided this discussion. Look the thing is, I am gonna conceal as much as possible but will try my best to share most of it. For me, the worst part of my life was few years back when I was in Class 11 and 12 in High School. I lost the most important part of life, Friends, the closest of friends; As I got into class 11, I chose the Science while all my closest friends went with Arts.

7 March 2022  ·  3 Minutes  ·  482 words

War of whatnot

“Will a mouse ever construct a mousetrap?” This war between Ukraine and Russia is creating a lot of headlines lately. Some say it will escalate into another “great war”, World War III. How poetic! I wonder who came up with this. In the medieval ages, leaders, kings used to fight alongside soldiers, but as human civilization evolved, the ‘elite’ people at the top power hierarchy became more and more distant from people at the bottom.

28 February 2022  ·  2 Minutes  ·  278 words

Language, Struggle and Disappointment

In the history of mankind, people have fought for freedom, equality, rights, and whatnot. But a Struggle for language! I don’t think you’ll find another example of this type of struggle. Look, I’m not gonna explain the whole history, or the importance of today’s date, there are thousands if not millions of resources about the history of this struggle, if you’re interested, you can read them yourself. At first, I thought I would write this in Bengali, my mother tongue, but I went with English anyway, ‘cause I’m making a point, you’ll understand if you read till the end.

21 February 2022  ·  3 Minutes  ·  490 words

Education, Friendship, and Rebellion

When I was in Primary school, I was happy. I was enjoying the studios, friendship, and freedom. But when I got into High School, everything changed, Friends became rivals, creating a disturbance in harmony. In Primary School, there was no discrimination among genders. Everybody, everyone was the same, we sat together, we played together, we laughed together, there was this precious harmony among us. But in high school, the harmony among genders was destroyed.

20 February 2022  ·  3 Minutes  ·  559 words