‘I heard you. I heard you, darling. Daddy is coming home next week.’ Maya said out aloud with her welled up eyes and trembling hands. Maya held her thirteen-year old daughter, Alisha, and hugged her, and both of them relished the moment; none of them said anything but just held each other. Maya’s husband was… Read More Will he come back?-PART (1/2)
Day was humid. The overcast sky had just let the sun to make its appearance. Puddles of mud and accumulated rainwater were here and there on the street of a village in Punjab. The first house on the street was of Rajesh Rao; Rao family, the Hindu family, had been living in that house for… Read More Cage of Independence!
❝One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.❞ ‒Frank Smith This is something which has been one of the main worries of the amateur writers or those who want to kick off their writing journey that if their writings are not technically correct, nobody would be… Read More Is Language a barrier in Writing?
On some extremely rare occasions my write-up contains itself up to a word-limit of say, 100 words. And here is the one. He pulled her ears, daring her to win. She, on the other hand, accepted the challenge shouting roguishly, ‘Game is on.’ Offended, his rage escalated to the devilish proportions, and he tried to… Read More Warfare transcending from Micro to Macro-world!
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So, here I go again. All the feed backs are welcomed open-heartily. In fact, DO provide your feedback on how can I improve my writing. 🙂 There passed a sleepless night Both of them took a deep, restless sigh, She knew she loved But the other one felt unloved,…
So, here is to the brilliancy that I enjoyed and lived with during past few days. Unaccustomed Earth (starting with my favorite of three) Wasn’t it terrible that after all the work one put into finding a person to spend one’s life with, after making a family with that person, even in spite of missing that… Read More Review Time of 3 Brilliant Works!
There was a time when I had wished for not having even one of them. Then there came a point in my life when I realized- “Okay! It wouldn’t be bad to have a few. Say, three or four.” And finally a stage where I couldn’t wait to have hundreds of them to be playing,… Read More My wish?- To be a mother to hundreds!
On the night of my birthday, I had a feeling that the moment I step out of bathroom, I’d be stabbed to death.
But…… Read More 23rd brought some more Wisdom!
The day held nothing special about it- the sun still rose from east, weather was still unbearably hot. But this day, right an year back, with my backpack, all alone, I had ventured on a new journey. I still remember that day and my whole journey vividly. If I take you back with me in… Read More It’s Been Just An Year!
Mahira always used to wear a black, plain veil; even at her workplace. Nobody ever asked her to not to wear it. She was from Kashmir and had recently shifted to Chennai for her work. But she didn’t shift alone; her husband- what he seemed to, at least, people around- did too. Nobody ever saw… Read More A woman behind the veil