7-year-old Neetu and her 4-year-old brother Nitin were playing in the yard in front of their house. It is her responsibility to watch her little brother when they play outside without any adult supervision. But she knows that her mother keeps an eye on both of them from somewhere inside the house. Neetu was never … More The Scare
Rohit has a dream. One dream that he has been holding on to for so long. Tomorrow is the day when that dream finally comes true. He never was a sports person, not even as a kid. When his friends played cricket and football, he spent time playing shopkeeper and businessman. He was always like … More The New Day
Behind the cloud, lies the blue sky. It is upto us, to brighten the day, on a cloudy day. It is upto us, to wait for the blue sky.
Sidhart was heart-broken to say the least. His love of 2 years has come to an end a week ago. Jiya and Sidhart works at the same office. They both are IT professionals. Jiya joined almost a month later than Sidhart. They both were put in the same training program and they were friends … More The Break-up
Every now and then, Appears the rainbow. To bring back the smile thats lost, To bring back kid in one’s self. Linking this to Wordless Wednesday at Abracabadra hosted by Ruchira.
The rain hummed her favorite lullaby As I craddled on the bed, Listening to her voice.. And the rain sang the lullaby, As the night crawled in And I nuzzled with your thoughts.. And the voice grew feeble As I slipped into sleep And the rain sang the lullaby.. Linking this to Imaginary Garden.
In the numbing cold, I wandered, shivering. The rays of the sun, unseen Despair clouded my heart, Like the foggy morning. And a touch calmed me, your touch, Warming my heart, Soothing my thoughts, The touch I craved for! Linking this to Poetry Jam prompt – Hands.
I wait for the next season, Until you come along. I will be here, adoring the sky, Remembering the moments we spend together, said the leafless tree! Linking this to Wordless Wednesday at Abracabadra hosted by Ruchira.
Priya couldn’t understand what the big deal was. Her sister Shikha, was so fond of the library and the books there. Priya could see it in only one way – a building with lots of books in it, where the people inside couldn’t even look up to smile at each other. “They are all immersed … More The lively characters