The Surreal Speck, a poem by Nazam Riar at Spillwords.com
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The Surreal Speck

The Surreal Speck

written by: Nazam Riar

 

The heart plays
zenith and nadir
notes of a guitar

the mind weaves webs
roses and daffodils
dreams of the stars

all drown in an ocean
a drop in an hour

figuring the mysteries
leaving an ever etched scar

time and again
it pulls up the pieces
to face the altar
nadir at times
and then again zenith
enduring some chars.

Nazam Riar

Nazam Riar

DOB: 21-7-1981
Personal details: I am constantly looking for music in the mundane as I believe that “the world has music for those who listen.” A self – confessed People’s person. Loves to read and write poetry and prose. A big fan of Rumi and Khalil Gibran. An avid traveler & explorer, visited around 25 countries across different continents for leisure.
Professional details: Presently, working as an Assistant Professor in Computer Science in a reputed college in Punjab, India. More than twelve years of experience in teaching including one year as a Communication Skills Expert. I also write for reputed Indian newspapers like Hindustan Times and The Tribune and have got published more than 30 middles since last year. In October of 2017, I got my first book self-published by Notion Press, Chennai - “Confessions of a Happy Woman” which were musings about life. My second book "The Quirky wallflower and the Silent Bumblebee"- a Potpourri of poetry and prose has been published by Authorpress recently.
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