Mom always gets up before the sun. In fact, I can’t remember a single day as a kid that I went downstairs to find mom still in bed. Most days, she’d been up for hours. By the time I barged into the kitchen island demanding my feast for the morning, she’d already prepared every meal … Continue reading Things I Love about Mom
"I wondered if he looked at me and his heart skipped a beat like mine. I wondered if he would like the way my lips curl up when I smile. I wondered if I would be the one he texts at 3 in the morning. I wondered if we would laugh together till we had … Continue reading Words left Unsaid
A rare asseveration was made by the Master of Whisperers, Varys, while describing power in Westeros- ‘A very small man can cast a very large shadow.’ This is one of the many divulgent statements made in the ‘Game of Thrones’. Here and there, between the mystery, drama and humour, Game of Thrones provides us with … Continue reading Things I Learnt from ‘Game of Thrones’
With tears she enters the world As her first shriek unfurls Nobody to groom her, strengthen her Nobody to apprise That these shrieks are all that her destiny comprise. We live in a country Where a woman’s biggest fear is assault A million molestation cases a year A million cries for respect And … Continue reading Oh, The Lies!
Have you ever stood on the tip of the Alps and gazed at the infinitely extending cosmos eventually merging into the horizon? Hollered your name and heard the echo as if someone is calling out to you from far beyond? Have you ever ridden on a hot air balloon and waved at a friend claiming … Continue reading Live More Than Once
It was just another autumn afternoon But it felt like a day that passed me so soon Walking among the trees, I felt I had returned back to the past that had melt. Chirping of the birds was like a familiar sound Brought back the memories that could never be found The sunlight peeping through … Continue reading He say, “Do you love me?” – A guy’s POV to Lost Love
Nostalgia, Memories, Bonds. A poem dedicated to my dearest sister who turned 21 today.
The so-called 'Current Generation' is a blindfolded army of halfwits who adhere impetuously to herd mentality. Sounds wrong? Harsh? Well, this is what I, a 15 year old teenager hears, EVERY TIME I'm told that,"OH! Don't talk to that so n so boy. Your grades will go down." " Don't spend too much time on … Continue reading Influences, Dreams, People
As convenient as it would be, humans are not mechanically engineered contrivances who make the best decisions with a practical approach. Humanity. Affection. Care. Feelings. We are all emotional beings who give a stand to … Continue reading 365 New Days, 1 New Chance
Magic. Not the kind with pots of bubbling potions and spells flying around. The kind you feel in moments. Small ones. That make toes warm. The warmth you get on snuggling with a loved one on a cold night is magic. The sudden pang of excitement that you feel when hot vapours rise from your … Continue reading The Little Things