Lamps – Micropoetry

that one night dimmed the shine of a million stars for them rustic lamps burned fiercer than the sun * * * * * #badbookthiefpoetry Happy Diwali! May you have a prosperous one.🪔🪔🪔 Find a whole bunch of my pieces on Instagram. Just visit the link below.

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Joys of Diwali

A walk a mile filled the heart with smiles this is the only time the city shines brighter than a million sparkling stars in the deep blue night the glint from a thousand diyas devours the darkness the happy lanterns reflect exuberance a myriad emotions adorn a myriad faces but best of all was the…

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Right since childhood, we Indians are taught that Diwali is a festival of lights. But I think there’s more to it. The festival of lights has a deeper meaning than what is propagated. As I delve deeper into the religious background of the festival, I discover that lighting lamps, making rangolis, decorations, is just the…

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It is the season again. Season of Lamps & Lanterns. It is Diwali again. Festival of Lamps & Lanterns. Every city is adorned. Every household is gay. Every face lit up with smiles. Everyone has forgotten their worries. They have left them miles away. Everyone seems to be living to the fullest while Happiness promises…

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