Six Word Story: Supernatural

After weeks of nothing on the six-word story fiction challenge, I figured another prompt site. I gathered that this was a form I have fallen in love with and would like to continue writing on it. So here's a six-word story for the prompt…

Sparkling cobweb

Misty cold morning Dew drops on spider’s abode Dazzling diamonds A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world Shared with:…

Behenji to Model: What a Journey!

I got married in 2014 and being married to a Punjabi meant that I had to wear the chuda (the red and white wedding bangles) for atleast 45 days. I religiously did that. One of those days, after a couple of client meetings, I went to the…

When words fail music speaks

I think I read a quote somewhere which said something so real about music – that music can change lives, whether you are having a good day or a bad day, music is so powerful that it can uplift your mood and change everything around…

From this moment on…

Follow my blog with Bloglovin There are a thousand things that come to my mind on a daily basis. Ideas, thoughts, brainwaves, the list is endless. Some things excite and motivate me a lot, and yet there are a lot of others which are…

Monkey business

Swinging through forests The ultimate nemesis Mischievous monkey A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world Shared with:…

He, Me and Superman

When it is love in question there’s anxiety, butterflies in the tummy, stars everywhere and oodles of anticipation. Ofcourse I was going through all this and more when I was seeing my then beau – now my husband! It was a long…

Pure Love

The rumour of your arrival Sets my heart racing I can’t help but wait… With bated breath But how do I know You will be by my side You never allow me The joy of anticipation  It’s the air that tells me When it blows so bitter cold The…

Come, Travel with Archie!

 Travel makes me feel like a bird, Travel gives me a sense of freedom, Travel makes me come alive! Finally the day to paint the town red has arrived, after a long long time. The travel bee in the bonnet kept stinging for a few years.…

Haiku – Snow to Spring

Seasonal changes! Fast evaporating snow... Beckons blooming spring A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world Shared…

Kaleidoscope

Submerged underneath Silver precipitation Motley emerges A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world …

Live, don’t just exist

“Slow down,” said the snail; “Stop, smell the fragrant red rose, Breathe, live life purely!” A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of…

Education is an investment for future

  It’s amazing how things have changed from the time we went to school and now when our kids are going through the education process. While a lot of things have changed for the better, the one killer aspect is the rising cost of education.…

Dreamcatchers

I met a lovely girl at a blogging event. She happened to be a fellow blogger who I had connected with online and I had known her through her wonderful writing.  At the blogging event, she ensured that she looked me up and for some…

The White Lady

  She called out to me in my dreams I could hear her speak my name Her serene gaze and calm voice Heightened my desires to meet her She almost stretched her arms In that very moment I knew That’s the place I yearned to be in That was what I…

My Wind Chimes Story

Wind chimes are one of the most fascinating possessions for a person who is musically inclined. My husband and I often go looking for them whenever we go shopping (which happens to be atleast twice a week – for the fun of it) and by…

Haiku – Moon about

Moonlit starry nights Mind wanders listlessly as Sleep evades my eyes A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world Shared…

Blogging isn’t a lonely world

Sometimes when I used to publish articles on my blog I had this fear that people may think either I am ranting about something I dislike or I am going gaga over something I like; and that I think everyone else should like it and go…

And I finally adjusted my watch

There are some things which are absolutely unique to you. You don’t realise when you do them and why you do them, but you do. And that’s what I did with my watch whenever I travelled abroad. I’ve been traveling out of the country for…