Author: Neelam Dadhwal

Diwali Fest

Amidst the mundane rigmarole of life comes the joy of festivity, says Neelam, in the verse, as part of the special feature on Diwali, for Different Truths. In façade, lights sparkle through water music spreads through feet a star to star seems a way, heart trembles of luck, unanticipated. When mirrors shine as we see in […]

Random Peek at Depression

Depression is a slow poison with no specific cure. Often with assimilation of model behaviour, it can help a person deal with it. Rather than having a dreaded view, Neelam expresses her feelings in this verse, in Different Truths. what oft delirium set of cafes, of poster arts a sketch seems so burlesque on edges starts the […]

Small Things that make Heaven

This poem, writes Neelam, came to her as an inspiration in tumult time of Cauvery Water issue, which led to the outbreak of violence and arson, disrupting peace and security at large. When you breathe on a flower however slow, it takes another eternity to remember the fragrant moist of rain or you promise a pact […]

With this Will

A poem of integration and hope from Neelam for Different Truths. There is nothing to conquest in this sky, and not theirs or ours if it is cut enough to be your roof, tight as mist around, transpires to shed inhibition, completely takes in its horizon, dark and darkest burning misery and tears, that there […]