Poetic Dustbin

Black & White Photos

After the Rain… A Dark Poetry and Photo

After the Rain

Drip. Drop. Splash.
The sky wept again.
In a matter of hour,
She cried in pain.
She cried in anger.
She filled the land
With her tears,
Whispering her fears.
That one day, soon,
Her home will vanish
Will cease to exist
Because we failed
As its caretaker
To nourish. to flourish.
And as time wanders.
We shall be witnesses
On what will remain
Atlantis, after the rain..

– Poetic Dustbin

Sky That Bleeds

Sky That Bleeds

The seeds that cry….
All scattered in the sky….
Tell me the truth and the lie….
Give me reasons from the why…
No matter how much we try…
We let mother nature die…

– Poetic Dustbin

My Demon… My Cat…

My Demon, My Cat

My demon…
My eyes to the paranormal world
My gateway to other dimensions..
My channel to both negative and positive energy…

– Poetic Dustbin

Rope of the Hopeless – A Dark Poetry

Rope of the Hopeless

I look up…
Spoke to God
Told Him my story
The world in my eyes
Doesnt need me…
The people around me
Wouldn’t miss me…
Am I selfish to need…
A piece of your love
A slice of your embrace…
The wind howls in silence..
The crows sings aloud..
Nothing. There’s nothing.
I failed myself. Everyone.
I look down…
Spoke to God
As my eyes close
With a subtle glimpse
Of the earth
That will soon
Swallow me.
Along with my misery…..

– Poetic Dustbin

What comes next is the wrath of nature – A Black and White Mobile Photography

The Wrath of Nature

The air you breathe,
The water you drink,
The soil you stand on,
will succumb to the void.
We are the destroyers
of this world…

– Poetic Dustbin

Empty Coke Bottles – The sweetness of life …

Coke is it!

Coca-Cola, the world’s most iconic soft drink, has a rich and captivating history that spans over a century. From its humble beginnings as a medicinal tonic to becoming a global brand, Coca-Cola has left an indelible mark on the world of beverages. Join us as we embark on a journey through time to explore the fascinating history of Coca-Cola.

The Birth of a Beverage:
Coca-Cola was created in 1886 by a pharmacist named Dr. John Stith Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Originally formulated as a medicinal syrup, Pemberton’s invention contained extracts of coca leaves and kola nuts, giving it its unique name. The early concoction was marketed as a brain tonic and stimulant.

The Coca-Cola Brand Takes Shape:
Shortly after its creation, Pemberton sold the formula and rights to Asa Griggs Candler, a businessman with a vision for the beverage. Candler recognized the potential of Coca-Cola as a refreshing beverage and set out to establish it as a popular choice among consumers. Through aggressive marketing and distribution tactics, he laid the foundation for Coca-Cola’s future success.

Expansion and International Reach:
Candler’s efforts led to the rapid expansion of Coca-Cola throughout the United States. By the early 1900s, the beverage had become a national phenomenon. However, it was under the leadership of Robert Woodruff in the 1920s that Coca-Cola truly became a global brand. Woodruff introduced innovative marketing strategies and spearheaded initiatives to make Coca-Cola available worldwide, leading to its widespread popularity.

Iconic Advertising and Branding:
Coca-Cola’s success can be attributed, in part, to its memorable advertising campaigns and distinctive branding. The company’s advertisements have become legendary, from the heartwarming images of Santa Claus enjoying a Coke during Christmas to the timeless “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke” campaign. Coca-Cola’s branding has become synonymous with happiness, unity, and the joy of sharing.

The Rise of Diet Coke and Other Variants:
In response to changing consumer preferences, Coca-Cola introduced Diet Coke in 1982. This sugar-free alternative quickly gained popularity and became one of the most successful beverage launches in history. Over the years, Coca-Cola has continued to innovate, introducing new flavors and variants such as Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke, and Coca-Cola Zero, catering to diverse tastes and preferences.

Commitment to Sustainability and Social Responsibility:
Coca-Cola has recognized the importance of sustainability and social responsibility in today’s world. The company has made significant efforts to reduce its environmental footprint, promote recycling, and support community development initiatives. Through initiatives like the “World Without Waste” campaign, Coca-Cola aims to lead the industry in creating a sustainable future.

The history of Coca-Cola is a testament to the power of innovation, marketing, and building a brand that resonates with consumers worldwide. From its humble beginnings as a medicinal syrup to becoming a beloved global beverage, Coca-Cola has stood the test of time. As it continues to evolve and adapt to changing consumer preferences, one thing remains certain: the iconic red-and-white logo will continue to inspire moments of happiness and refreshment for generations to come.


– Poetic Dustbin

The Fruit of Truth – A Dark Poetry / Black and White Photography

The Fruit of Truth

No matter how high and tall
Brick by brick it will fall
With such colors in the light
Will succumb to the dark of the night
And with every laugh and smile
Is a happiness that only last for a while
Close your eyes and see the truth
We plant lies and harvest it’s fruit…

– Poetic Dustbin

Poison – A Dark Poetry


Stand Firm, Be Steady…
While they mock you,
While they betray you…
Never falter, Never bend
Claim your place
Always walk in grace…

Be Silent, Be Still
Watch their lies
Hear their whispers
Never speak a word
Hold your spear
You are their fear…

– Poetic Dustbin

What You See – Black and White Mobile Photography

What You See

A reflection…
A mirror image…
Water. Moonlight.
An alternate reality
Just beneath this world…

– Poetic Dustbin

The Black Cat Speaks – A Black and White Mobile Photography

The Black Cat Speaks

I Ignore the universe
Telling me that humans
exist only to destroy
their own world…
Well… it’s true…
I dont care about it…
Cause they don’t…
And everythimg is just…

– Poetic Dustbin