Category: Writing

Versification, Weirdness, Writing

Beneath My Feet | Poem | Ishithaa

Beneath My Feet A tiny life Struggles Screams unheard Dreams shattered Darkness Envelops Pain smothers Crashing down Crushing Bones Orphaned Family Unknown, last breath drawn I look down All I see Beneath my feet, A bug, no more. Often it happens, we just walk the Earth as if we own it, not bothered of who …

Gratitude, I Me Mine, Life's Lessons, Writing

The Year That Was, Adieu 2017!

How has 2017 been for you, did the year that was meet your expectations?

Life's Lessons, Writing

The Bitter After-Taste #Ishithaa

Who doesn’t enjoy a walk down memory lane? Yep, not everyone. It depends on the cost at which those memories are made. This post, Bitter After Taste deals with nostalgia.

Causes, Writing

Don’t Do That, Listen To Me

bondage-listen

This is an attempt in 55 words to portray what women in India and across the world go through on an almost daily basis. They have to listen and put up with so much of emotional and physical abuse that it is a shame on entire humanity.

Writing

7 Handy Resources For Bloggers – #Ishithaa

resources for blogger - ishithaa

7 Must have resources for bloggers is written for Day 2 of WriteTribe Festival of Words where the prompt was to share a resource.

Writing

Let’s Talk about the Elephant in the Room #WritingWednesdays

writingwednesdays   Once upon a time, there lived six blind men in a village. One day the villagers told them, “Hey, there is an elephant in the village today.” They had no idea what an elephant is. They decided, “Even though we would not be able to see it, let us go and feel it …

Causes, gender issues, Indian, Writing

Yet Another Woman

The social media is up in arms against the miscreants, the ones who tried to tarnish a woman’s soul. There are hate messages, trending hashtags like #WithYouBhavana and multiple voices coming out in support of this victim. Bhavana is yet another woman added to the long list of victims. What is different is the number …

Fiction, Writing

Dear Diary

The day is still fresh in my memory. This same day, one year back. The day that changed all the days to follow, till life abandoned my physical being. Tiny shoes is the prompt for the day 5 for BarAThon.

Fiction, Writing

What You Don’t Know

This post is for Day 2 on BarAThon, the prompt being What You Don’t Know.