Twins of Joy 

I randomly remembered how much of a troublemaker is my brother. From bunking tuitions and school classes, yet he was the talk of the town. He was the mere tip of every female tongue and men. Today too, I'm sure if I go back to school all teachers will surely ask or had tales to... Continue Reading →


It was that day after weeks, after that hit song released that everyone had it in their lips. It was that day, clouds were partying like never before in all glory bashing in disco lights. It was that day, I ransacked the old closet in search of my sissy's layered skirt and chiffon tail (duppatta).  It... Continue Reading →

Patterns of Life

Life is never a bed of roses. We should believe it's one, fake it till you make it a bed of happiness!  When my coworker casually smirked and said,"I'm immature" I didn't like it a bit. I got offended and instantly angry. I reacted to a baseless conversation. When he is as immature as me,... Continue Reading →

The Invisible Scar

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”― Rumi How True! Many at times, scars are so deep that you'd forget to engage in LIFE. It would just take a roller coaster ride inside your head and heart already HAD gone into a toss. Wounds are always a reminder that things happen due... Continue Reading →

I too had somebody

Yes, I too had someone. Someone I loved and my heart refused to accept it was over. 3.45am April 20th: I get this text on my phone. “It’s over. Let’s end it!” I scream out of my lungs and my cousin woke up startled. She gasped frantically and asked, ‘what happened’? I wept aloud, ‘He... Continue Reading →

To Our Greatest Teacher

The day when she heard our cry, she smiled. She couldn’t be more happier than what she asked in her life. When he held you to his chest, he never had been so proud. That was our first love. Next down the road, we had siblings to hold onto as friends, guide and the never-ending... Continue Reading →

The Other Side of Fear

Thanks to Corinne for asking this question. Because I ask this to myself many times if I'd not stopped counting it! If there was something I was afraid of... It could be living until end. YES ! All of us face it today or tomorrow. 'What ifs' and 'Will I be' asking too often than... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Only Time Will Tell

Clifton Chronicles #1 (2011) Three days and I’m done reading the first part, a National Bestseller. I’ve to buck up my reading pace to know what’s next. Jeffrey Archer forces us to indulge and leaves us hanging at the end forcing us to read the next one on series. The truth is I’ve never read... Continue Reading →

Wish you were here, “RAWR”!

This photo is the prompt for 100-words-on-saturday and the picture credits to Vidya Sury, an amazing blogger. Thank you Vidya Sury for this prompt. Sitting at the doorstep, she gazed onto the blue sky. Humid drops bubbled down her spine. Walking across the compound, she picked up the dry fallen blooms, stumbled and kicked the... Continue Reading →

The Phenomenal Woman

Glad to make it to writetribe prompt for the day. Settling down at my house but before, I know I’d be back to my college so soon. (Sad but I’m trying to make the most of my time here happy) So I’ve written a previous post on Maya expressing my views on her however, write tribe asked... Continue Reading →

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