The Greatest Treasure In Life

“Will you be alright Teddy? I know that losing a job is not easy, just hang in there and ask me if you need money or anything else.” “Rosa, I will be okay, the greatest treasure of my life is still here. As long as you’re with me, I am the king of the world.” … Read more

Happy Friendship Day

Friendship is an unsaid promise.. one that hearts make when souls connect. Today is friendship day and with this cheat post, I’m off to celebrate the day with my cousin who is visiting after almost a year. I know celebrating a bond like friendship doesn’t need a special day, but what the heck, Happy Friendship Day … Read more

Counting the Blessings

  It is a not so rare story where two best friends become almost strangers owing to the gap that time and distance builds. The said friends both understand and accept their situation and lead their lives normally. Then suddenly, out of the blue, totally unpredictably they walk into each other in an aisle in … Read more

Under The Grey Skies

The blue skies were now almost dark grey with all the clouds that had gathered. It looked like another rainy day. He cursed under his breath for having worn his new pointed formal shoes. She’d had a particularly bad day in office, like she had got out of the wrong side of the bed.

For A Special Girl

This poem is for a special girl who is getting married in few days. Do join me in wishing her all the good things in life.

Gurudakshina

Continued From Here Nitya. That was what she said her name was. He had first seen her atop the mango tree near the river when he had come there to get some mangoes for his grandmother. He stood beneath the tree and looked up, locating the mangoes on the high branches while shading his eyes … Read more

A Long Walk Home

“No Joe, please don’t force me. I can’t.”  “But why Marie? C’mon, trust me. I know you can do it. Just try, please? For me?” “I ‘m sorry Joe. You have to understand me here. I cannot do this. Anything else but this. Please? I’ll do whatever you say, except this.”  “Okay I will not force you, … Read more

Wrong, For The Right Reasons

  Wrong  For The Right Reasons by  Ritu Lalit The Blurb Shyamoli Verma’s timing is wrong. In her late twenties, she finds that her marriage is irrevocably broken. She comes back to her parents with her pre-teen son and an infant daughter, only to find that she is unwelcome.  Independent and brash, she decides to … Read more

How I Missed My Train

He literally plucked my heart out and walked all over the broken pieces and trampled my feelings. That day, for the first time in my life, I missed my train.

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