One-liner Wednesdays #44

Hope (noun) The one feeling that makes you believe every morning that you will get more sleep later at night but you still end staying up too late and way past your bedtime. This post was written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. The challenge, as the name implies is … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #44

short story #36: At first sight…

Nina was on a shopping spree when she came across the stunningly handsome model. His incredibly good looks were even more accentuated by his confidence. He was wearing the Autumn-Winter collection by the Veli - a leading apparel brand. Nina craved to own Veli's collections but she gave in to her brain's (and her wallet's) … Continue reading short story #36: At first sight…

tiny tale #87: The rediscovery

Staying at home had kept Chaya very much healthy and safe from the grip of the pandemic, but she struggled to find an outlet for all her pent-up energy. Her mind was plagued with boredom, laziness, frustration, and so many other emotions that it was hard for her to identify. She desperately wished to do … Continue reading tiny tale #87: The rediscovery

Let’s keep fighting…

There are none so blind as those who will not see, None so dead as those who will not hear, None so cowardly as those who are silent spectators. There's no injustice greater than when the ones in power misuse it, No shame greater than blaming the victim and protecting the criminals. This is what … Continue reading Let’s keep fighting…

short story #34: The Wall of Love

Amora managed to drag herself off the bed to take a look at her "wall of love". Depression had started to rear its ugly head. She could feel it stirring deep within her chest. She could feel happiness draining out of her slowly, only to be replaced by a sickening feeling of emptiness. It was … Continue reading short story #34: The Wall of Love