The poem epitomizes the fleeting nature of human power and achievement. The shattered statue of Ozymandias, once mighty, now lies abandoned, encapsulating transient glory.
“…never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”
A powerful meditation on the interconnectedness of humanity and the need for compassion. The poem explores the themes of mortality, spirituality, and social responsibility.
A poem exploring the theme of parental love and childhood guilt, where a son reflects on his father’s silent sacrifices and regrets his lack of gratitude.
“Since then – ’tis Centuries – and yet
Feels shorter than the Day”
चमकना तुम इतना
कि अँधेरे में भी कोई आँख
स्याह न रहने पाए…
This sonnet by William Shakespeare explores the regrets of living a solitary life and dying childless.
“phir tirgi-e-raahguzar yaad aa gai
phir vo charaagh-e-raahguzar yaad aa gaya”
A poignant poem, exploring themes of longing, unspoken emotions, and the transient nature of life.