Million Traumas

Reality is the biggest b@#tch All her life she was the outsider,out casted race, a werido, a strange girl That failed to fit into the sterotype boxes the world forced her to be in Yet she navigated through the ups and downs From being last to be picked in groups The one that people fail…

Rate this:

Nano Tales

Father and Daughter The older she got The younger he became Every time he saw her She reminded him of his mother How she learnt to mould the world Not only in kitchen but for the eyes of sterotype society A father and a daughter finally learnt the art of roti making True friend The…

Rate this:

Little Red Robin

How hard it is to be stuck in a another dimension of Christmas celebration and still be no part of it? In my childhood I grew up in abroad. Every Christmas was torture… Just like every kid round the block excited about Christmas so was I. The streets would be decorated with fairy christmas lights,…

Rate this:

Aisle

Smash! The window rattled in fear, the wind howled, and the bolted door flung open. Rain poured in through the side of the screen, drenching the side of mattress inside my room along with the carpet. I will never forget the fierce storm that invaded my peaceful sleep last night. I was wide awake looking…

Rate this:

Nangeli-Abolishment of breast tax

This is a true old folklore that many of 21th century haven’t heard. It is one of the first feminist acts in India started by a strong powerful women called Nageli who was born in a low caste of –¬†Ezhavas-toddy tappers (who laboured in that awkward gap of society fashions ) and she went create…

Rate this:

Miss or Mrs

She… Today I lost control. Every thing I kept buried inside rushed to the surface. I saw him again after 9 years. Over the years I learnt the art of fooling people with a smile as a proof that every thing was ok so one knew the reason. I could never be more wrong. I…

Rate this:

Dad and Periods?

A sweet loving story of a daughter and father’s bond. A story that every man or father should read.

Rate this:

Nobody

Today he wishes to be a nobody The stars on his shoulders mean nothing to him now The achievements on the wall feel like dust of yesterday’s past He doesn’t want to feel this pain no more Carrying the weight of the invisible burden That washes over him Every now and than he just wants…

Rate this:

Priceless Moments

Happiness is wearing your mothers saree to a simple orthodox South Indian girl. Well what can I say I am the typical me. Well I just aced my introduction!!! A couple of months back I wore my mother’s 15 year old saree but the main problem was I did not know how to wear it….

Rate this:

Homme

He curtained himself head deep in work as usual. As she lay on the sofa bored to death. How can he forget that today was their marriage day?Will this quarantine ever end she wondered. She was jogging her memories down her vivid thoughts. From first crush to friends to lovers and finally husband and wife….

Rate this: