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
I'm a pirate sailing and plundering in the high seas of the alphabets I raid books and libraries I gobble up the tales that they hold I read them cover to cover as fast as my eyes can travel My quests and adventures exist between the covers The characters come alive as I read I … Continue reading Not a regular pirate!
Once upon a time, I was real. Yes, dragons were real. As real as the air you breathe in. My entire species were trusted companions of humans. We were their winged transporters, helping them soar to greater heights. But humankind grew greedy and in their greed, they saw the world through a different eye. They … Continue reading Hunted down – a tiny-tale
She was happy that they had come to visit her. She had watched them play under her shade as kids. As teens, they had tried to climb her branches to snatch her fruit. She rarely got to see them as they passed into their adulthood. Little did she know that they had arrived to see … Continue reading Goodbye – a tiny tale
Peace descends at lastcrime solving done for the daythe heroes relaxreward themselves with a treatafter a hard day's battle Superheroes need a break from all that crime fighting too! What better way to relax than with a sweet treat. I hope you enjoyed this Tanka 😊 This poem was written in response to Sadje's What Do … Continue reading A well-deserved treat!
Darkness looms closer and threatens threatens to pull me under under its thick veil veil of suffering and misery misery that seems to go on on and on, until light breaks breaks and shines bright bright enough to end end the last traces traces of the darkness wiped wiped away by the light the light … Continue reading Dark and light
She was quite eye-catching Her portrait was captivating Easily the prettiest graffiti on the wall But as time passed, she'd her downfall Scribbled over and torn She looks rather forlorn Her eyes no longer have that glint The scribbles over her are a hint That her best days are in the past She was now … Continue reading The outcast
If I am ever stuckWithout even the slightest bit of luckIn the middle of nowhereWith no way to get out of there,I hope it will be with youTo keep me company all the way throughCome sunshine or rainI know you will always remainBy my side through it allWhen I am with you,My troubles seem smallMy … Continue reading With you…
I may not look like Superman But I am a hero in my own right You might think That I am not smart enough When you see me Chasing butterflies or even my own tail at times! But, you see, it's just a facade All superheroes need a cover A fake identity to hide behind … Continue reading I am Superdog!
Someone might be more beautiful than you Someone might be richer than you Someone might be more popular than you Someone might be more accomplished than you Someone might be smarter than you Someone might be more efficient than you Someone might be more successful than you Someone might be wiser than you These realizations … Continue reading The best gift is you!
Running was what he did best And he did so with much zest. He ran away from problems And he ran away from quarrels. He ran away from responsibilities And he denied all liabilities. Never did he have to face consequences. He left all his troubles for others. He ran and ran, Avoiding one obstacle … Continue reading The runaway
Curiosity beckons Shy little kitten explores his world one teeny step at a time. To his audience, he is a furball of cuteness overload. To him, the audience looks threatening like potential threats. He runs and jumps, out of their reach. Tired, he rests for a while safe, under a table. This poem was written … Continue reading A furball of cuteness
Did someone say fish? Oh! There's something in my dish My stomach is grumbling away,as I slowly make my wayto whatever is in my dish. This poem was written in response to Sadje’s What Do You See prompt #85. Thank you, Sadje for hosting this challenge. The challenge is to use the picture prompt as inspiration to … Continue reading Did someone say fish? – A Limerick
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…
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
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
Colours are what make the tapestry of life more interesting. At times, life may seem like a monotonous journey, neither black nor white, but so many glorious shades of grey. Life can be imagined anyway we want it to be. People, too. After all, one doesn't have to pay taxes or any fee for our … Continue reading A Colourful Tapestry
Preface: As the title implies, this story is a sequel to short story #28: Baby Lela's Adventure - Part 1. This short story probably may not make much sense as a stand-alone story. Click on the link to read the first part. 🙂 The humans put a round object around both of their necks. Lela … Continue reading short story #29: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 2
Baby Lela was living a perfectly happy life with her parents and the rest of her monkey community. Deep in the forests, they had plenty of trees to climb, swing from, explore, jump, and do anything their hearts wished to do. Although there was always a looming threat of ending up as a predator's meal, … Continue reading short story #28: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 1
Dhyan was a special, little boy. His parents always told him so. He was the apple of their eye. However, the kids at the school thought differently. They called him a weirdo and competed with each other to come up with new nicknames for him. For all they knew, his name could have been Freak … Continue reading tiny tale #78: A World of Difference
She had inherited her father's wanderlust.She dreamed of travelling far and wide.The numerous photos that her father had taken during his numerous trips only fuelled those dreamsWhenever she looked through those photos, her heart longed to visit and marvel at those wondrous places.But unfortunately, she was too broke to follow in his footsteps.But the photos … Continue reading tiny tale #77: Wanderlost
In the heart of the forest, there stood an old mansion that was widely known to be haunted. Every day as dusk dropped its dark veil over the surroundings, an eerie yellow glow would emit from the lone window at the top of the mansion. The occasional weird sounds that came from the mansion did … Continue reading tiny tale #76: The haunted mansion
Rick and Kate watched their little girl, their eyes following her every moment. Their entwined hands gripped each other a little more tighter. They watched her look around in delight at the majestic tree that stood in the middle of the clearing. For a while, Amy sat on the bench, but she couldn't sit still … Continue reading tiny tale #74: A Sight to Behold
I remember, once,I had a human form.But my actions were,the most inhumane! Not a day passed by,when I had not tortured anyone.They called me sadistic,They warned me,that Karma will get to me. I had laughed at themMocked at their beliefsI was invincible,Or so I thought. But death is inevitableI never believed in re-birthsUntil I was … Continue reading I remember