six word story #116

Seasons were fickle. Their love wasn't. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #86: Seasons. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Love is a great feeling indeed but very few last the test of time. It keeps evolving but in some cases, … Continue reading six word story #116

six word story #114

Love healed her, changed her life. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #85: Change. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Love might be overrated but it does change lives. In some cases, the change will be for the better while in … Continue reading six word story #114

Drunk on Life – A Zappai

I am drunk on lifeeveryday, a new challengeI love to enjoy At times, life can feel too much like a struggle. But the more you fight against something, the more of a chore it becomes. When we really look forward to something, it seems like less of a chore. The task was to write a … Continue reading Drunk on Life – A Zappai

Wish – a tiny tale

He wished for a girl. She wished for a boy. The ultrasound results revealed that both their wishes were granted. (20 words) I almost ended up writing another take about the pandemic but this story seemed much better and sweeter in comparison.This post was written in response to the Twenty-Word Tuesday: Week 38 prompt. Thank you, … Continue reading Wish – a tiny tale

Jealousy- A Kimo

the green monster rears its hideous head fed by insecurity and destroys happiness Jealousy can ruin so many bonds. The green-eyed monster mostly arises from lack of self-doubt and self-confidence and it can led to disastrous effects if left unchecked. What are your thoughts about jealousy? This Kimo on jealousy was written in response to … Continue reading Jealousy- A Kimo

Hatred – A Hay(na)ku

Hatredinfiltrates heartsdarkens their lives Hatred is a string feeling indeed but unlike its lighter counterpart love, it is much more darker. Hatred destroys more of you than the person (or even an object!) towards whom it is directed. But still, we are humans after all and it is extremely unlikely that we would go about … Continue reading Hatred – A Hay(na)ku

Goodbye – 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

Unfurling

character unfurlslike petals in a floweruncovered by time It takes time to completely know a person. It takes some for most character traits to truly reveal themselves. Sometimes, we never truly know a person. We only see what they choose to show us. What are your thoughts on this? This post was written in response … Continue reading Unfurling

Scars

You can try to pull me down hurt me with harsh words break my spirit set up obstacles in my way and knock me down but I will never give up! I bear the scars from all the fights and I wear them proudly they might make me flawed but to me, they are reminders … Continue reading Scars

Pitch Black and the Seven Dwarfs – Part 6

Click here to read Part 1 Click here to read Part 2 Click here to read Part 3 Click here to read Part 4 Click here to read Part 5 When she heard the mirror's announcement, Queen Rowena was giddy with happiness. "Pitch Black shall come back," she shouted, "I will fetch her and escort … Continue reading Pitch Black and the Seven Dwarfs – Part 6

Tragic, tragic tales

What's with tragedy and critical appreciation? They have a weird, twisted affair. I'm sure of that. I have always been confounded by the fact that some of the much-appreciated works of literature are tales so tragic, that I get depressed by the very thought of it. Consider the following works - Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth, … Continue reading Tragic, tragic tales