For the next two weeks I avoided going to college like it’s my job. You don’t particularly enjoy it especially when it reminds you of everything that has failed in your life. Especially the time of a long-buried past when my parents named me something asinine and forced me into marriage at 18; then my… Continue reading On Manic Depression And Unanswered Questions
Year 2006, a dry autumn evening: I was walking back home from school. It was a five minutes walk. But that day, those five minutes seemed like an eternity. I was crying profusely. A man on a bike passed by turning his head towards me. A woman at the retail shop was staring at me. I sped up… Continue reading Billion Dollar Advice
Most of us watch the news, whether overrated or downplayed, we see the cruelties and injustices this world has to offer, feels sorry for a moment and carry on with our life. The more you come across such news, the more desensitized you become. So when will we ever feel the empathy? When it happens… Continue reading From a flooded city
We get nostalgic at the most unexpected times. When I was digging through the playlists in my old mp3, I had that moment listening to Pink’s ‘Conversation with my 13 year old self’. Grabbed the old photos and I started relishing the photographed memories. How I wish I can relive those moments again! How I… Continue reading Things I wish I had heard when I was a kid
Being from a region which is near to the Equator has its own pluses and minuses. If someone says they get depressed in winter, they might get weird looks.Having to live under the direct scrutiny of Sun for most of the year, We gotta love the rain and fog. Hah thinking about seasons and weathers… Continue reading Seasons, Oh!
As the reels of the car move forward, her memories were unfurling like a nuclear fission in all possible directions. The air conditioner could seal off the blazing sun outside, Can the same be done to the thousands of volcanoes erupting inside? The day eventually came, like a blow to the pride. She cannot cope… Continue reading A Silence between two teardrops
We were born making her cry. In response to the Writing Challenge, Flash Fiction, Six word story