Joined: May 2021

Editorial »

  Bronze Member

Kaushik Ghosh is working as Assistant Professor of Computer Science in University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India. He spends his leisure in writing poetry, reading and playing Indian bamboo flute. Kaushik is an ardent follower of classic world literature. His favorite poets are Rabindranath Tagore, Kahlil Gibran, Alexander Pushkin and Maya Angelou. In prose his favorites are Tagore, Khaled Hosseini, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Haruki Murakami, Saratchandra Chattopadhya, Arundhati Roy, Leo Tolstoy, Sunil Gangopadhya and Amitav Ghosh.

Submitted Poems 31 total

Buy Yourself Flowers

On my way to work everyday,
I see a roadside florist. Old.
Sitting amidst happy colors -
pansy, roses and marigold.
Some come there for wedding bouquets
Some come there on a happy day –
And then, there are people who buy
Flowers for days that...

by Kaushik Ghosh

added 1 year ago
An Unsent Letter and an Unanswered Question

Lazy Sunday afternoon,
Sitting in my balcony
Counting on my joyous times
Smiling on my agony.

Scattered papers on my desk -
Some new, some old and dreary-
Interleaved an unsent letter
And some unquenched query.

Distant sunshines...

by Kaushik Ghosh

added 1 year ago
Mystic Café

The sky was pouring passion drops
And the town was getting wet;
We took the road that went through woods
Till our way back home we...

by Kaushik Ghosh

added 1 year ago

It’s not an emotional wasteland yet.
It still blooms the most beautiful flowers and
homes birds singing the sweetest of their songs.

It has the grassland that touches the horizon
through which blows the most soothing...

by Kaushik Ghosh

added 1 year ago
The Lost Town

It's where I've found you, I've found!
It's where I was meant to be lost forever
I was meant to be lost, in this long lost...

by Kaushik Ghosh

added 1 year ago

... and 26 more »

Favorite Poets 2 total

Collection 0 total

The collection is currently empty

Latest Comments: 1 total
thank you so much

1 year ago


We need you!

Help us build the largest human-edited poems collection on the web!

June 2023

Poetry Contest

Join our monthly contest for an opportunity to win cash prizes and attain global acclaim for your talent.



Are you a poetry master?

Who wrote this? 'Look on my Works, ye Mightyand despair!'
  • A. S.T. Coleridge
  • B. P. B. Shelley
  • C. William Wordsworth
  • D. William Shakespeare