Goodness: A poem

Goodness inside me
Good words into you
Goodness I now see
Around myself too

Evil words into me
Goodness I give to you
I think you now see
You have goodness too

Happiness into me
Smiles I give to you
You would like to see
What happiness feels like too

Scowls given to me
Happiness returned to you
You are smiling, see
You are now happy too

– Jan @jahnavigouri

Faded night: A poem

I watched the night sky
The stars blinked and died
Darkness enveloped my mind

The moon became a melody
The night sang a memory
I closed my eyes tight

Nostalgia controlled my heart
A feeling that can’t be taught
The darkness faded away

The dawn now blinked at me
The night I can no more see
It faded like it is meant to be

– Jan @jahnavigouri

Them: A poem

Bottle up again
Love for the one
Made no more gains
Love to you done

Sadness will follow
One day to you
I never did allow
Love left to few

Cry in the darkness
Villains on the sea
Smile in bitterness
That is what they see

Splash in the river
Left to the dead
Never lie to the giver
Who is never fed

I am no stranger
They say to me
Whisper I am danger
Unknown to see

Why waste words
When have nothing to give
Give another curse
And let them see

– Jan @jahnavigouri

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Madness: A Poem

Escape from the rivers
Looking to the mirrors
Watching but to tear
A broken heart clear

Walking only to fall
Dreams once meant to all
Caves closed to call
My name once again pal

Drowning in brokenness
Patching the unwanted mess
Giving in to kind less
Are we living our lives in nothingness?

Clothes teared to darkness
Tears coming to haunt us
Past lost but remembered
Our truths evolving numbered

Life good to no one
Only way filled with darkness
My heart turning to madness
World it evolves around us

Roses crying in the morning
Every smile turned to mourning
Crystal broken to ashes
A new world I wait with patience

– Jan @jahnavigouri

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Hope (Hopeless): A Poem

All my wishes would come true see 
Look there Look here now to free 
I am walking slowly don’t you see 
My dreams My dreams waiting for me

Look now Look now far in sight 
I can’t see you in my fright 
My love and sorrows dark in light 
I watch they watch moon in night 

Hear me They see I can’t save 
Nobody Nobody looking brave 
I hope they hope life is strange 
Maybe Maybe life would change 

Before I hoped to dance in tune 
Life it turned falling too soon 
Now my only solace in this gloom 
Is I still watch the roses bloom

– Jan @jahnavigouri

The Readers Problem Book Tag

Hi there everyone! I am Jan and today I am going to do a book tag. Book tags are always so wonderful to do. Today I will be doing the reader’s problems book tag which I found on Rab’s bookish planet. Hope you enjoy!

1. You have 20,000 books on your TBR. How in the world do you decide what to read next?

I would first want those books that I am most excited about then after that, maybe I can use some app/websites available to arrange all those books in alphabetical order. I have seen this work very well in libraries. I could start reading from the A section and finish reading when I land on the last book on Z section.

2. You’re halfway through a book and you’re just not loving it. Do you quit or are you committed?

That would depend entirely on my mood at that time. If I am in a really good mood I would surely complete it or if I am in a bad mood I would likely quit.

3. The end of the year is coming and you’re so close, but so far away on your Goodreads reading challenge. Do you try to catch up and how?

I would surely catch up if my schedule is not busy in the coming days. If I have free time I would catch up by spending all my time for reading.

4. The covers of a series you love do. not. match. How do you cope?

Oh honestly I would not mind it that much, but if I could I would try to exchange my book for another book that do match the other books. If it isn’t available I don’t think I would be sad about that because for me stories matter more than covers (but I do love matching covers)

5. Everyone and their mother loves a book you really don’t like. Who do you bond with over shared feelings?

I don’t like to talk much about books that I don’t like because I know how much hardwork every author must have put in behind every completed book out here. The most I could do is write a not-so-good review about it in some online platform like goodreads or amazon kindle but I always make sure to appreciate the good things even in a book I do not like.

6. You’re reading a book and you are about to start crying in public. How do you deal?

I would try not to cry in every way I can. Maybe I would stop reading the book for a while and would continue only after I am away from public eyes.

7. A sequel of a book you loved just came out, but you’ve forgotten a lot from the prior novel. Will you re-read the book? Skip the sequel? Try to find a synopsis on Goodreads? Cry in frustration?!?!!??

I would only chose to read the sequel if I have loved the prior book that much. Maybe if I feel like it I would surely re- read the previous book before reading the next one.

8. You do not want anyone. ANYONE. borrowing your books. How do you politely tell people nope when they ask?

I would list out all the reasons I can’t lend them my book as politely as I can. I would tell them politely that they could borrow this same book with this same cover from their nearest public library.

9. There are so many new books coming out that you’re dying to read! How many do you actually buy?

I would buy 5-10 books if money and my schedule allow enough time for reading. (but there are chances I would buy more than this, 5-10 is just an approximation)

10.After you’ve bought the new books you can’t wait to get to, how long do they sit on your shelf before you get to them?

It depend totally on my free time once again. It could sit there anywhere from one day to a week to one month. It would be too difficult to provide a more specific approximation.

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We have reached the very end of this post my dear reader. I had so much fun doing this tag. I hope you enjoyed reading this post as much as I enjoyed writing it. I would see you soon in another post! Thanks for reading.

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Escape: A Poem

Hundred thoughts here and there
My feelings now more and more rare
She walked and talked it not fair
Talking aloud she didn’t dare

“They followed me,” the boy then cried
His tears went away but never they dried
He begged her “Please do try.”
But she shooed him away, he then sighed

The villians are not just in fairy tales
They are everywhere don’t you fail
She watched them and their every sails
But he had gotten away from the trails

We should escape before they see
Our life would be useless, don’t you see
The boat is waiting for you and me
We just have to get away from here free

The boy packed his songs and toys too
She took her pens and notes now two
They looked here and there to sew
All the faces that would cry when they flew

– Jan @jahnavigouri

Dreamless: A poem

My dreams have faded 
All wishes now shaded 
Faraway lands now invaded 
My feelings are all now tainted 

Where are the things I seeked?
Life is becoming meaningless to me 
I can’t even see the future, you see
I am trying to see myself free 

Everyone is abandoning me now 
I don’t think about anyone low 
Everything is telling me to row 
But I don’t think I am worthy, you know 

Life is becoming a heartless shell 
I am hiding inside afraid to fell 
I ask, why can’t I move ahead? 
From all the things that are now dead

– Jan @jahnavigouri

The land of dream and nightmare

Sleep lingered in my eyes and I slowly gave in to its calls. The dark shadows inside my head walked me down the path to sleep and I was soon asleep. The darkness slowly led me down a valley, and soon I found myself waiting at the entrance to the land of dreams. I found myself hoping the guardian would let me in, but he never came. I was about to walk away from the gate altogether when I saw another entrance opening up. I noticed that the huge brown door had an air of sadness around it, but nevertheless I found myself walking towards it.

A small voice inside my head told me not to go toward it, but there was another loud voice demanding I should keep walking. The curiosity of what lies inside the entrance was what kept me walking forward. Step by step I was soon in front of it. I regretted not having taken a second thought before stepping inside as I felt a shadow of darkness wrapping itself around me. I closed my eyes and a shiver ran down my spine as I realized with a start where I was. I realized I was in the land of nightmares.

– Jan @jahnavigouri