And that is how I met her. I remember distinctly how we were sitting under a cloudy moonless sky that night after a complete solar eclipse, two of us on the swing, gently swaying while the third one sat across on a bench. I remember saying something, which turned out to be gibberish for the … Read moreAnd That Is How I Met Her
2018 dawned with no promises, no resolutions or no big plans; but what a year it has turned out to be. From deciding to be myself, taking steps to rekindle old friendships, forging new ones, decisions to get out and get living, it has been a roller-coaster ride. Reading and writing did take a backseat … Read moreThe Year That Was: 2018
He came to me, my friend from many years ago. We used to be classmates at some point, drifted apart during the awkward teenage years and eventually got in touch with each other at some point of time. It is almost like some people are meant to stay while some others who we think will … Read moreAt The Coffee Shop #Ishithaa
How has 2017 been for you, did the year that was meet your expectations?
Hold my hand darling, please don’t leave it. Yes dad, I will not leave you and run away, don’t worry. I taunt him and we laugh. It is difficult these days to say anything. Words have to be chosen carefully, for some hurt him and some bring tears to my eyes. Both of us try … Read moreAn Evening Stroll
For fifteen minutes of fame is a poem based on a true story, one that occurred while I was in school.
It is a new year, a new beginning, a new calendar and 365 days which we’ve never seen before. The year started off well, though it has just been 5 days into the new year, it already feels like this will be a great one! How did you celebrate your new year? Was it just … Read moreThankful Thursdays | January 05
Unwrap Christmas 2016 “So remember while December Brings the only Christmas day, In the year let there be Christmas in the things you do and say.” – Anonymous I love this quote and feel that it tells so much more than what is perceived in the first reading. To spread the cheer and good tidings … Read moreUnwrap Christmas | Season of Giving
It is just December and my birthday doesn’t come until at least a quarter of a year later, but when prompted by Sanch, it set me thinking about my next birthday.