Poems by Anurag Barman

The unseen Divine

a poem by Anurag Barman

Doubt about his existence by some,
While worshipped by many;
In the form of names and shapes,
Yet nothing conceivable.

Where man is the fate of himself,
But his existence lays upon him,
The Supreme Phenomenal;
The Unseen Divine.


a poem by Anurag Barman

Beneath the left surface of the soul
Exist a place from where life begins

Making ups and downs in the ECG
Depicting life not to be ideal

Lost into the outside world
Forgetting to listen to it

Reminding only in times of
Fear and loneliness

But be it any situation or time
Still keeps on making waves

Because a beeline puts the soul
To an end

Living for that day

a poem by Anurag Barman

Living for that day
When the world will be mine,
Not like today,
Being like a drudge.

Living for that day
When I will be free
From all pain and tensity
Which I embrace today.

Living for that day
When people will listen to me
Instead of hearing them
Recognising my worth.

Although it seems futile
And tends to put an end,
Still kept awake by wit
Just to live for that day.

The Virtual World

a poem by Anurag Barman

Lost into yourself;
Exist another parallel world
Where only you exist
Leaving the real world behind.

A world without boundaries
And happenings to your instincts;
From past to future
Changes in tune with your will.

A place almost like a mirror
But everything is virtual
Where you can take the best form
And wishing it to be real.

Life is Zero

a poem by Anurag Barman

Down to this enigmatic world
Where time sprints between birth and death,
Thou and me being living dusts.

Downtrodden by worries and fears
Yet kept alive by faith and hopes
Signalling to move on
Albeit fate can twist any moment

Where theories and ideologies shape everyday
But limitations still apply
Leaving everything undefined

Alas, truth unveils that
there isn’t any formula or equation
Unfolding life to be a zero