When the lights went off, The tears fell, she sulked, she cried It’s the flashback from the past, Why did he go? Was it her fault, all along? Why didn’t they ever teach her, how to live without them? He left the home one morning, to never come back. They all waited, she waited Trusting … Continue reading Was it her fault, all along?
Maya was scrolling down her social media page, when she heard a message beep ring. She looked at the small icon with the person's image popping on her screen. She was stunned. Excitedly, she replied to the 'Hey'. She couldn't believe that he would message, not in this lifetime. They started chatting. Maya always felt … Continue reading Unspoken Words
Love and friendship are two things that can change your life for the good or worse. I love my best friend, but loving her partner is not on my agenda. This is the second post from the series ‘Best Friend vs Bride to be’. I have my own reasons to not like my best friend’s … Continue reading A Myth: Best friend likes the bride’s choice of guy
Day 2 | Letter: B Shyama was just an ordinary girl who loved her job, family, friends and books. She was the kinds who 'believed' in books. She swore by them. She was 5, when she first fell in love with her first book - The Little Woman. This was the start of her reading craze. Shyama … Continue reading Bookish Love|A to Z Challenge – Day 2
“Making up stories”, is something that is been looked at as a wrong deed. If a guy makes up stories, that doesn’t hurt a being but makes them feel good is that really a bad thing? In a group of friends, we do have one or two of such people who will make up stories … Continue reading Should we judge those who make up stories?
I am sure a lot of my readers have noticed that I haven’t been blogging on a regular basis. Give me a death sentence! No like seriously! I have been cheating on blogging with sleeping. This is not the first time that I have mentioned it on my blog that I have a hectic travelling … Continue reading The break-up reality!
Walking in the market area of Mumbai, trying to hold multiple bags she had, and bargaining with the shopkeeper for Diwali lanterns, Maya was a messy delight to watch. After winning the bargain, she walked towards the main road to get a rickshaw and felt someone was following her. She turned back and was flabbergasted … Continue reading I thought I knew you
A lot of people in this world will tell you not to cry over broken hearts and to move on. When they say so, we wonder this person who is asking me to move on is literally mocking me or doesn’t know anything about love. This person is a friend, relative, extended family, immediate family … Continue reading Monday Motivation: Moving On
Day 24 | Letter: X Remember the game we played in school ‘X and Zero’? This post is nothing about it. X’s here mean people who we have dated, loved and given up our life for and zeroes mean the zero expectation we should keep from the next. I was the kind of girl who … Continue reading X’s with Zero Qualities #AtoZChallenge Day 24
Day 14 | Letter: N On Day 14 of A to Z Challenge, let me present a short story. This story is of a girl called Shyama. She is the outgoing, career oriented, bold girl. She is the one who makes head turn around. She moves her body like a cyclone, while dancing. She is … Continue reading Never Say Never #AtoZChallenge Day 14
Book: It's no longer a dream Author: Sanjeev Ranjan I read this book while travelling to work, every day. It’s no longer a dream is fresh air packed in a book. A love story written so beautifully is certainly what I was waiting for. Akshat, the protagonist is lost in life and needs to clear … Continue reading Book Review: It’s No Longer A Dream by Sanjeev Ranjan
Maya took her phone out and checked the next flight to India. She realized the immediate flight in the next 6 hours is the one flying to Mumbai. Maya booked her ticket and went to Shiv’s room. She knocked the door twice. Shiv opened the door and went back to sleep. Maya was hurt with … Continue reading Chapter 28 | Traveling is Liberty
They say, ‘Till death do us apart...’ and get divorced. That’s marriage of today! Very few marriages in our society are successful – some are not broken but not strong either. However, friendship most of the time is stronger, deeper and REAL. I am a person who believes in fewer accomplishments. And with that said, … Continue reading Simply Random
The party was a fancy dinner party. There were a lot of people from different race. Maya caught herself in the middle of a group of ladies who spoke about launching businesses and careers and Maya was really excited to hear all the talks they had to share. Maya always loved women talking about careers, … Continue reading Chapter 27| The Unexpected Incident
When you are in a relationship and feel alone there could be a really coerce impact on your mind. Most of the people do not look at the emotional pain of their partner. If a person loves you and forgives you every time, that doesn't mean your partner is a fool, it means she loves … Continue reading Is your Relationship going through a Rough Patch?
You should read the Part I before you start with this. Click Here! Have job interviews ever given you a terrible headache? Have you ever been in a time in life when you are - unemployed, going for interviews 5 times a week and still getting no result? Are you tired of acting to be sweet and … Continue reading Interview Culture: The Truth and Lie Game – II
In today’s highly competitive and social media obsessed world, we often find ourselves doubting and questioning our being. It’s not that we are not confident about ourselves yet we fall in the trap of this callous world around us and start to doubt the right and believe the wrong. We tend to forget that God … Continue reading What makes YOU unique???
Maya was shocked and delighted to see Shyama. Not her twin sister but her soul mate. Shyama and Maya were best friends for years, but time took them apart. At the lobby, Shyama was standing with her luggage wearing a black shirt and jeans and an army patched jacket. Maya and Shyama hugged each other … Continue reading Chapter 25 | Soul Mate and Chai
“Hello”, she answered the call. There was no reply from the other side, she again asked, “Hello?” Still nothing, she disconnected the call and thought for a second, “Could it be Him?” She snapped out of her thought and bought herself to the reality. She started working on her new blog post that she was … Continue reading Short Story: Is it Him?
I recently had my ex do a disastrous thing. He sent me a text message saying, "Hey". I was shocked at this gesture of his and then I wondered what could be the possible reason that he did this. My break up is quite fresh and I am shattered, but rather than crying, I decided … Continue reading How to Analyze the Sub-Text of a ‘Hey’ Text?