Chasing the Clouds

"Aren't you tired doing something that gives you nothing in return?" This was the question that everyone did ask me when I was started writing short stories and Letters on this blog and wrote a book on psychology and short stories. A weird choice of genres, I know! But what's actually Life, if you don't... Continue Reading →

Dear My World

Dear "My Little World", I still remember how I met you, You were seated, somewhere in the remote corner of the room, Observing me, taking notes, And I smiled when I saw you. You were different, I thought to strike up a conversation, but somewhere I was scared, not of you, but the way you... Continue Reading →

Oh, Love!

And this was how it was destined to happen, A long journey, Dead headphone battery, A Smartphone which ceases to come out of the pocket, A piece of slow soft music playing in the background, And a cosy place in the remotest corner, A never-ending traffic jams, Everything was perfect, just perfect, What else could... Continue Reading →

The Chase

Running through the pages of his diary, He finally found that one piece he wrote for her, That one piece or write-up that energized his inner-self to go to the event, He gathered all his courage and "the lost" self-confidence, He suited himself up in his best attire, This was the last time he was... Continue Reading →

The Roar

Finding my way through the Jungle, I landed among a herd of people, With black circles around their eyes, Their eye balls constantly glancing through different apps, They were looking for something, Something that they weren’t able to find on their device, Something that would wake them up from their exhausted sleep overnight, Something that... Continue Reading →

Aisha

It has been a long time since I met her, The only person who understands everything before I even speak, She who laughs at all my jokes, Not because they're funny, Just because she knew how awkward I was with my sense of humour, The one who could understand my tone, A friend who would... Continue Reading →

Club on Fire

He heard people complaining about opportunities, He was used to this, Maybe its not the first time when his team lost the lead, Maybe they should've celebrated their FAILURE, Failures were always under-rated according to him, And people always underestimate them, He understood the call, The call which had been snoozed for a long time,... Continue Reading →

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