6:00 p.m.: I am probing fresh vegetables at the local departmental store. There is a mad rush at the store with people jostling fellow customers that gives a feeling that today is the last day of this only departmental store in our locality, and so the most obvious thing to do is hoard, loot, and… Continue reading Chuckles Galore, Wisdom Ahoy!
A misty morning in the monsoon, and I stepped out of my apartment to begin my daily commute to work. Becky, the dog, rested peacefully at the stairs bidding me goodbye with her poignant eyes. She looked more tired than usual or was she ill; I didn’t know. I stroked her black hair, and rubbed… Continue reading The Black Beauty
A loved one long gone survives in our memories. Does the loved one ever actually go then? Is the loved one painfully present? Does that mean bygone never actually departs? If yes, the palpable emotion emanating from one would be happiness – happiness of never losing who are thought as lost. Is it always happiness?… Continue reading The Lowland
S had said, ‘In the end you will become an addict.’ Did I? Have I? Can I? Was I already? All questions seem to intersperse into one another and wander into the apartment at S.Terrace road – across seven seas where S holds it, turns its folios and gets soaked into it –this opium called… Continue reading Narcopolis
It feels great to be bestowed upon with love; surely there is nothing that compares to it. This time I’ve been bestowed upon with immense love through the Super Sweet Blogging Award by Teju. Teju is the proud owner of Singing Sparrows (what a lovely name for a blog) – a blog that spans countless… Continue reading Super Sweet Blogging Award
It feels great to be bestowed upon with the Sunshine Award. My heart felt thanks to Tapish for nominating me for this lovely award. Tapish has a spark in his writings. He thinks out-of-the-box and comes up with unique posts. It’s always feels great to read his piece of mind. The Sunshine Award requires to… Continue reading The Sunshine Award!
It was one of those late Friday evenings when you are ready to embrace the weekend after work. I was hastening to the subway to catch a train home. In the subway I found a group of people who were putting in herculean efforts for a little attention from the rushing commuters. You must be… Continue reading Living on the Edge