What memories do rain bring to you??? Sitting in my balcony enjoying the rain with a cup of tea in my hand and my laptop lying open in front of me as I try to write something. The smell of the fresh mud as the rain strikes the earth bring some old childhood memories. There... Continue Reading →
I am quite sure many of us reading this article are quite apprehensive when it comes to voluntary blood donation. Well and why shouldn't we be. The innumerable news that we get to read and hear about the the illegal blood market in India often makes us question whether the blood we are donating would... Continue Reading →
Author: Harper Lee Genre: Fiction|Bildungsroman|Classics Rating: 4.5/5 Read: January 2018 “Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.” This book had been in my list for quite a few years because of its well known popularity. I remember the first time I started... Continue Reading →
She stood there watching the sunset set below the horizon. The sky slowly turning dark from crimson. 'What's special about these sunsets, Nur?', he whispered breaking the silence of the moment. 'It's not the sunset dear but the darkness that emanates from it', she replied; As her hands moved pointing in a direction. The sky... Continue Reading →
Yet another weekend, I lay awake in my bed feeling tired and sluggish. I didn't have any particular plan in my mind and in no way I wanted to spend the day doing the same daily chores. Weekend is all about breaking the monotony. And what better way to spend a day out with nature... Continue Reading →
There was an old Owl who lived in an oak, All he did was sit and smoke. For a wise Owl he was and not a creep, Who lived by himself and left others in peace.
She was a world to them until one day they found her to be in love with a boy from another caste; And now there she lies in a pool of blood... their World shattered but Honour intact. Honour Killing is still prevalent in many countries across the globe where a member of the family... Continue Reading →
Sometimes big, sometimes small The waves came by and crashed the shore, I stood there watching the sea As its wave washed my feet. I closed my eyes listening to the sound of the waves For who knows it sings a melancholy strain. For years it has been a witness to the tales, The tale... Continue Reading →