Poetry

Love of Ocean

Love of Ocean by Ashok Bhargava Translation in Korean by Ahn Bong Ja¬† I come to you and leave behind my home… snow-capped peaks forest streams roaring waterfalls running rivers to dive into your depths to merge in your love I come to make you soul of my senses eyes of my sight feel of […]

I’m what I think you think I’m

In Between

  look between the sights hear between the words feel between the heart smell between the minds taste between the moments there you’ll find the magic of words the miracles of poetry, and a lot more ~ Ashok Bhargava

‘Remember’ poem by Ashok Bhargava

You and me on a long and winding road in a hilly city. Quietly, uttering no words naive and carefree hand in hand we walk counting power poles. When tired to move even a single step you would say just one more pole. Today all alone I have returned to our past the road. The […]

‘With You’ by Ashok Bhargava

I am changed and I feel a brand new world unfolds for me I smile with joy and discover how selfless love exists in you I discovered how fascinating is the full moon and amazing is the morning sun I ask myself how so much joy can spring from everything so ordinary Maybe it is […]

‘You’ by Ashok Bhargava

You said it so casually – lets just be friends from now on as if we had no past. Without waiting you hide your face and turn away. For months we were together like a tree and a vine entwined breathing in the same space but now I am a tree seeing you flow away […]

‘Senses’ by Ashok Bhargava

Explore life Discover love Feel the vibration Adore life through the senses Develop passion Experience intimacy Through taste, touch, sight, sound and smell Seek ecstasy Ignite joy Crave for a soul mate If I were other I You were other than you The world Still would be same Remember There are many ways To hear, […]

‘Louisiana’ by Ashok Bhargava

I woke up with her at the wheel, not sure what time it was, but the sun was rising. . . . Two states now behind us left unharmed. The last state line slipped away like sand through my fingers. We didn’t speak a word for at least an hour, but let the wind do […]