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Live the Present.

Every day of mine starts with the constant ringing of my alarm for some years now. Then the usual rush to be ready and out of the door within the time frame. But from the past one month, the routine after that just changed. Earlier if it was to get to office fighting the morning… Continue reading Live the Present.

Heartprints, Love, Monday Musings, Problogger Oct'17, Write Tribe

Heart Prints

A stack of old books came into her way while dusting their room. It was his. While shuffling through the books, she came across a book wrapped completely, as if he was afraid that the words will fly out if kept unbound. Out of curiosity she ripped opened it to reveal a diary, showing snippets… Continue reading Heart Prints

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A Date With Her

Woke up to her messages.  Took the phone to the loo and chatted with her. She was all packed to take that flight away from life, at least for a while. And I am still here, questioning myself about the trip booked two days ago under alcohol influence. But the next morning everything looked so… Continue reading A Date With Her

Children, Metoo, Monster, Problogger Oct'17, Women, Write Tribe, Writebravely


She could smell payasam here at her room “Amu, take this and give this to him”Her mother called.After that I can have too,  she thought She dashed to the kitchen  Singing, she jumped each stair to himHe opened the door swiftly, as if  Waiting for her to ring the bell She gave him the dish, which he took  And called her inside, which she didShe stood there and looked around Same as her flat,… Continue reading #Metoo

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Courage Over Comfort

He turned the key and opened his doorDarkness and loneliness were awaiting himIt was not like this before some timeSo many souls used to clue their eyes to the door For him to appear after a day’s workBut now everything changedHe closed the door and let out a sighNeither sad nor sorry for anythingBut just pride beaming… Continue reading Courage Over Comfort

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A Compliment …

In school, the teacher told me to keep quietAnd stop complaining even thoughThe sweet boy next to me was bullying meThe principal in my college told me To shut my mouth and enlightened me that ragging Is a must for mental strengthMy boss demanded to prove myself multiple times For that promotion I deservedWhen my… Continue reading A Compliment …