Poetry, it’s not just about the bearded men in their royal robes. It is as much about a budding flower as it is about a dated tree. Here at Mukarrar, we keep an eye for gems of poetry all around us. While many popular poets still manage to find a place amid readers, it becomes difficult for works of masters who have long perished from the memory of public to find its relevance. While Mukarrar started with the thought of curating collections of master poets across the world, somewhere down the road, we thought it is equally rewarding to feature young poets as well.
In this post, we are featuring Shayar Vikas Rana from Delhi. His poetry has a unique flavour of age old stories and copybook romance as well as portrayal of imagery in such simple instances that you would wonder why didnt it come across to you.
Read, share, comment if you like how Vikas, who goes by the pen name of ‘Fikr’ leaves you drowned with subtle melody of urdu shayari.