Thursday , 25 May 2017
Fashion Updates


I Didn’t listen To You Maa

godrej expert

I gazed into her seasoned eyes, She said, “A quick glance should suffice. But never-ever do this to anyone, Co’z your quietude isn’t meant to be gone. All you are deemed to behold down, So that you can ignore all frowns.” But I didn’t listen to my Maa I dared, stared all eyes and got stigma. She said, “You’re born to live for others, The one who only cares and mothers, Don’t dare ever think of yourself, But bend your ... Read More »

She, The Beautiful

raja ravi verma painting

She draped the cloak of darkly sky Embellished with sequins of her sigh She honed the art of looking good Snubbed dissonance as much she could All she dolled up to sheathe her soul And she looked so beautiful. She wrapped a cashmere of memories Warps from caskets, wefts from dairies Spun on the looms of dreadful days Woven in the nights in murky ways Her chilled carcass turned fanciful Ah! She looked so beautiful. She put ill-lit sky in ... Read More »

Her La La Fairyland, #MoreIndianThanYouThink 👸🏻

miss universe crowning

Once upon a time, there lived a little princess in her La La Land👸🏻 A dainty demure damsel, yet was daring enough to take a stand With her enigmatic aura, she strove to paint her world in pink Cute yet cloddish, she was indeed #MoreIndianThanYouThink 😉 From those cool rompers to flashy dresses to glitzy party frocks, She denied them all but loved to drape her mom’s saree and rock. Akin to that drape, she was determined to detangle life’s ... Read More »

Tbook to Tendulkar, Excellence Needs No Bounds

Smartron Tbook Sachin Tendulkar

Smartest of them all, Sachin is the God of cricket Most functional device like him, Smartron tbook is excellence’s snippet Like all great things come in small packages Sachin, the stumpy powerhouse & tbook, the miniscule tech-baggage He rules the cricket pitch with his power-packed performance Likewise, with its uni-metal body, tbook proves its endurance Moderate, humble, generous, Sachin never runs for big brands With low power consumption, tbook’s battery hardly drains The stalwart of cricket, Sachin played continuously for ... Read More »

Abandoned: Haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                       ~ Haiku ~ Forlorn summer nights, My heart sinks deep for banished callow mangoes! — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘sink’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes ... Read More »

Door: Haiku

door haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                    ~ Haiku ~ I soothed my anger in a tranquil plunge to set free from enclosed doors! Free from enclosed doors, my soul rose from ignorance, and I resurrected! — Sangeeta Mishra A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines ... Read More »

Search: A Haiku Poem

search haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                     ~ Haiku ~ Distressed, she crumbled herself into rash fragments A woman de-stressed! She assembled her broken bits with artistry, A woman survived! He broke her into pieces, she fixed all her bits, A woman reborn ! Amidst her split self, she searched ... Read More »

ये कैसी होली? : A Tanka on Holi


ये कैसी होली? मैंने रंगेपुते चेहरों की हर भाषा पढ़ ली सत्ता के दम्भ में रंगी होली, बस उनकी हो ली |   रंगरूटों ने फिर पहने, अजनबी चेहरे ये कैसी होली? हमने अपने अरमानों की होलिका जला ली |   हरे, पीले और लाल ऑर्गेनिक उनके गुलाल कृत्रिम रंगों से जलकर लाल होगये हमारे गाल उफ़! ये कैसी होली !   This poem is a satirical portrayal of the current political scenario where the new recruits are changing their ... Read More »

तिनकों के सहारे: A Woman on Women’s Day!

raja ravi verma painting

A very happy Women’s Day to all of you! To all the daughters, sisters, mothers, my post is dedicated to all those women who are unsung, unheard. Hope you all have received wishes of Women’s Day from all over by now. 8th of March comes and goes every year. We receive appreciations, applause, wishes and gifts every year, celebrate the day like any other festival, and then go back to our shackled routine lives. We feel great being women. We ... Read More »

Why Children Need Their Personal Space? A Poetic Fiction

Adwik Habios car bed

Children are nature’s greatest gift to us, but it hurts when they lose their connection with nature. A touch of turf beneath their feet and a shade of the vast and vivid sky above their head, are those vital elements our kids are missing today. And the saddest part is that we can’t do anything to fill this void in our children’s life. So, the best way to compensate the loss is to befit their lives with a personal space ... Read More »

Happy 50th Birthday to the wondrous enigma of words called Anupama!

Devesh Purohit with Anupama Chopra happy birthday the style symphony

Today, 23rd Feb, 2017 Indian author, journalist and film critic, Anupama Chopra is celebrating her golden jubilee birthday. With a short and sweet poem, our guest writer Devesh Purohit expresses his heartfelt wishes and gratitude to the lady who carves her significant imprint on Indian cinema with her powerful words. The Style Symphony wishes a very Happy Birthday to the wonderful wordsmith Anupama Chopra. 🙂 The Film Companion Anupama Chopra, Completes her life’s prosperous landmark of fifty Invariably exquisite on ... Read More »

Life is an Art!

life is an art painting by vineeta mishra the style symphony

Where lives art? In a painter’s palette or in a poet’s heart? Does it dwell in a mother’s cooking and seasonings, Or, it lies in a bird’s chirping when the day starts? Today, I’m sharing one of my poems written years back along with a canvas oil painting ‘Bodhisattva’ by my sister Vineeta. Art is life portrayed over a vivid canvas of desires, It’s envisioned with a variance, lit with inner fire. From the incarnations of Lord to nature’s numerous ... Read More »

Mother of Pearl: Haiku

pearl shell haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                          ~ Haiku ~ Drenched in saltwater, Shell mothers a dainty pearl till death splits its parts Till death splits its parts Shell protects the sheen of pearl corroding from salt. The pearl sprang up from seashell ajar, new baby’s rendezvous with ... Read More »

Seven Cirlces : A Sad Fictional Poem

love no more

After making a settled living, I returned to my town. What did I know life was planning? Which would turn my world upside down! Getting down from bus, I quickly ran to her house. I happen to see there a rush, She was getting somebody else’s spouse. Pain in my heart was heavier, Then the bag full of gifts. Roses in my hand had fallen, Like the leaves from a tree in autumn. She was in red, Like I first ... Read More »

Just like a Karan Johar Film

seasons of love

It was a miracle, To what I had spectacle. Everything was like a dream, Just like a Karan Johar film. At dawn, she came, My Angel in heart’s frame. Pulling a Mont Blanc’s suitcase, And holding a black bag in hand. Beholding the crescent moon I had praise, To let me witness paradise on this land. A huge city was quite, She wore a turtle-neck milk-white. Upon that a bright pink sweater, Her smile changed the weather. It was no ... Read More »

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