Gratitude I rotated the bottom of the stick and smiled as it emerged out and went back inside its little tunnel. Just like me, I thought. My sister wasn’t there at home and so weren’t my parents, so I had decided to pay my sister’s room a visit. It is quite rare that such an […]Read More Bold Beautiful Red
Kamustha Folks! A bored teacher and a even more bored climate decided to hold a meeting up in my head as the pencil decided to take notes my eyes grew bright and sleep planned an escape route out from the traffic of my brain and into the heads of fellow classmates. Disastrous The clouds […]Read More The fight among the clouds…
Kamustha Folks! A short story this time. Reprieve The first time I saw her was on a summer night. I never got a good look at her probably because my eyes had tears in them as I got out into the balcony trying to stay strong for my sister who just found out that she […]Read More JUST ANOTHER CANCER PATIENT…NOT REALLY!
Kamustha Folks! Wait patiently for my point is formed only in the end… I recently binge watched a series that was long overdue and had been a subject of my procrastination and anger as it swept away Emmys that according to me should have been awarded to some other shows. Well, guess I should have […]Read More A TRIAL THAT WAS NOT JUST A TRIAL
Bitter An incident in 2015; the democracy of a democratic India saw a case worth not publicizing because it put forward a situation not seen in this country that grants rights to each and every citizen. What was the case? Marital Rape. A woman of this country came forward, daring to point fingers at her […]Read More Is it rape if it is legally allowed?
Kamustha Folks! This last semester that I have successfully completed had me studying about defense mechanisms in psychology. Well, little did I know I would soon turn to one. My mother does not know I have blog! In fact, no one except a few of my friends know I have a blog. So, instead of […]Read More WHY MY MOM DOESN’T KNOW I HAVE A BLOG! (TOXIC WASTE #8)
Maybe death is not the stage of forgiveness.Read More CONVERSATIONS OF A WIDOW THAT NEVER MARRIED