When I Die

When I die, do not cremate me lets not erect massive tombs or embellish any symbols, Let nature take its course.   No one will weep or mourn Just abandon my body on The Towers of Silence of ancient Zoroastrians followers of Ahura Muzda.   Scavengers will nibble, maggots will feast, worms will build their abode …

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Mother

Father who always stood erected, suddenly showed up at mother’s grave,   and stooped lazily that day. The man who carried head in the clouds,  forced to bare his soul stark naked,  on the muddy earthen ground.  From the ashes, I gathered,  a life carefully crafted out of sorrow and well chiseled out of pain. Midst …