Sight Through Binocular (Fiction #7)

Once Ravi invited four of his friends to join for animal safari. They chose a common sunday and made their way to the zoo. Everyone came empty handed except Ravi with a binocular. They had experienced things in the past, with wilds rarely seen and binoculars can solace in bird watching. They all got equipped... Continue Reading →

Fiction behind Magicicada

Dark night covers the forest with the breeze slowly wagging the leaves. Millions of male Cicadas cluster together on the tree trunks with their masculine songs reaching the bourne of the forest. Male Cicadas call out their female counterparts with their mating noise. The buzz that lasts for one second is repeated periodically for the... Continue Reading →

Another One-Sided Story (Fiction)

Incident 1:Wife is on a call with her school friend. It has been more than a year since they spoke. It is already 30 minutes now and they are still speaking about childhood memories. Husband calls his wife to know if he should bring food from their favorite restaurant for dinner. Night lockdown will begin... Continue Reading →

Second Love (Poetic Fiction #28)

I am alone with loneliness covering my soul.What could I do, the girl's kismet.I took a trip down the memory lane.I found him waiting to be reached, Lone Introvert.I made arrangements, making him find me.He called my father, invited me to his abode.How strange? Who would call a father?Virtuous father, agreed to send.Day came, Me... Continue Reading →

Serenade in the Tornado (Poem #26)

This Poem 📜 is about a husband trying to soothe her wife after an argument. Arguments can easily find their way in a loving couple. After a day's toil at work, hidden from her husband, she tries to converse as usual. Dinner time it is and they have their sandwich 🥪. Husband looks at his... Continue Reading →

Financial lesson from a beggar

I always wonder how people become homeless when they once had a happy and wealthy past. What makes one become a beggar? Did they spend all their money until they went bankrupt? Were they not looked after by their friends or families? What can we do as an individual in helping them? May be we... Continue Reading →

The Labyrinth (Poem #23)

Angel's creature, partly herself.Incandescent, Affable, Twilight Aurora.Calm Cascade, Frozen Ripples,Delicate Beauty, Elixir of love.Princess she is, Accept and Admit.Watch for hours, compulsive eyes.North she is, Me in South afar,Wrong the physics, Force proportional to beauty.Exposed my emotion, Intellectual lad,Equal flavors agreed to blend.Lovely days in repeat mode,Dawn to the dusk, dusk to the dawn.Princess marries... Continue Reading →

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