Half my life, I was adrift, Flowing like a feather in air, Following the wind, Riding the tide, Never stopping, never did I care. But the winds changed every so often, Taking me places I didn’t want to go, Showing me sights of doom, Things I couldn’t ever un-see. I could turn, but I […]Read more "Drift"
It was a regular thing for most couples; a planned date night every month. But for Sairose and Seth, it was what they waited for in the whole month. They would meet through the month, multiple times but wpuld wait and plan meticulously for that one night. It was all special; a new restaurant, someplace […]Read more "After Us"
I want to confess. I have a terribly bad habit. You can say, it’s a vice. I do what a dear friend has coined as ‘a monthly review’ of my life. Well, it’s more like a weekly review. A review on my work, my free time, my relationships and worse – my happiness. Now, it […]Read more "The Good Times"
In the crowded streets, And in the dead of the night; In the beats of that old song, And in the fear in his eyes; I could hear them call out, They were calling my name. In the blank pages of my diary, And in the early morning sunrise; In the breathless daily routine, […]Read more "The Girl With The Hazel Eyes"
My kind of love is a lot different from what you might want. But it is what you will get. It’s not the kind that you see in the movies or the kinds that you read in the books. It’s the kind that you create every day as you go along, making your own rules. […]Read more "My kind of love"
I’ve struggled a lot for the past month to come up with something to write. It’s not writer’s block, it’s not laziness, it’s just I didn’t have anything to say. Most of my posts on my blog are personal and while a lot has been happening on the personal front, there was nothing worthwhile for […]Read more "Birthday Wishes and Flickering Candles"
It happened on one afternoon, when I was walking to a nearby restaurant with my friend, my friend walked ahead of me and got inside the restaurant and as I turned around to toss my hair behind my shoulder and take off my sunglasses, I noticed that I didn’t have a shadow. Needless to say, […]Read more "Shadowy Existence"