six word story #57

 Best friend: A connection that survives. This post was initially written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #34: Friend. I'm re-posting this one in response to the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #88: Survival. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers.

Friendship – a tanka

United they stood Differences didn't matter Friendship grew stronger Nothing could tear them apart Untied by blood, joined by fate I hope you enjoyed this Tanka. 😊 We all must have friends who make our lives much better by their mere presence. We have certain people with whom we forge bonds that are strong enough … Continue reading Friendship – a tanka

Friends ❤️

Family unconnected by blood, and yet close-knit Real friends stay close to us In every sickness and health, they will be there Every joy and sorrow seems better with them No matter what life throws at us, Darkness or light, they don't care, So long as you go through it together! A true friend is … Continue reading Friends ❤️

Best Friends Forever – a tiny tale

The first time they had met each other at school, little did Ananya, Mariya and Aisha know that they would end being the best of friends. Fate and circumstances had enabled them to forge a lasting bond of friendship. Even as the seasons passed, days turned into weeks, weeks turned into years and years turned … Continue reading Best Friends Forever – a tiny tale

Variety is the spice of life

When I was just a child Adulting seemed fascinating. It seemed like A tempting bowl of candy Within my line of sight That I just couldn't reach. But as an adult, I realised that Looks can be deceiving. Life isn't an easy ride. It's an epic rollercoaster ride, A crazy mix, Of happiness, sadness, Anger, … Continue reading Variety is the spice of life

Dear ex-colleague,

You have been around ever since I joined. You've seen me as newbie - confused, lost and grossly inexperienced. To me, you were the serious guy who was very involved in his work. My God! How utterly wrong I was. First impressions are the best impressions, if incorrectness is a factor. The more I got … Continue reading Dear ex-colleague,