A Thousand Kilometer’s

"Don't forget the cologne, the red one, not the blue one", "Oh and the present too, carry it with utmost elegance" I reminded myself Too cliché to carry a bouquet? Oh No! Should've worn the flats, Or shall I go with the sneakers, "Don't mess it up, please, act normal!"  Exclaimed my brain Should I... Continue Reading →

An Eerie Silence

It wasn't like this always, He used to get back to her after a month, Her attitude distinguished her from the crowd, Her tolerance, well, it was quite less, contrasting to her intelligence and emotional quotient, She was one of a kind, The strong headed, The one who was supposed to go a long way... Continue Reading →

The Fugitive(s)

Running through the memory lane, They found the forbidden pictures of one another, Along the alleyway, Enjoying a beautiful slice of Neapolitan pizza, They discovered their true self, It wasn't a fancy restaurant, Neither was it some cliche destination, Away from the hush at Eatery, Miles away from the upbeat music, honks, and busy little... Continue Reading →

A Little Did I Die

A little did I die during that perfect Evening, Beautiful one, Being captured in every single lens present in the cloud, And there they were, Covering every inch of the square tiles, Carrying one another's heart, It was as beautiful as an orange sunset during a winter, The respect between them, Happiness, Everything was quite... Continue Reading →

The Final Transaction

It was a pleasant evening in Paris, a little drizzle and the pathway lit-up with beautiful street lamps which resonated with the 19th century. Beautiful dim street lights with yellowish blaze lit-up the streets with the smell of beautiful roses. Fresh and alive as the people who resided there. Everyone knew the source of the... Continue Reading →

When I ask “How’s Everything going?”

I don't want to listen to your "Okay", "Fine", "Good" or "Nice", When I ask you "How's everything going?" I already did a background check on your well-being, Because you're a part of the family now, I don't want to know something that I'm already aware of, Because I care about you, What meaning should... Continue Reading →

The Empty Cabin

He visited the cabin again today, after 6 long years, His dad's cabin, Where his dad used to work, doing his research and experimenting on chemicals, Still the same setup, he recollected, Burette's and Pipette's, bottled chemicals with warning labels on them, Various distinct beakers placed side by side, He still remembers the day, when... Continue Reading →

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