Hissing summer flame — You’re right, it’s too hot to write This haiku right now. It’s sweltering out here where I live, and I tried my first attempt at writing a haiku when I really should be working towards my finals. Seems to me I always have finals only when it’s really hot out or… Continue reading My First Haiku
Right from the time I was a kid, I loved forming groups and doing something creative and spontaneous together. Perhaps it was because of all the Enid Blyton books I’d read. I loved coming up with names for groups to do something or the other. In the fourth grade, my friends and I formed groups… Continue reading We’re All In This Together
A while back, I had posted about the importance of accepting the way you look in self love. Ironically, I went through a recent phase of not being able to follow my own observation. A lot of people I met began telling me I had put on weight, but I really couldn’t see what they… Continue reading The Time I Kicked Back Beauty Standards In The Face
We are all just voices, Wanting to be heard Causing so much clamor With all those muddled words. But if the world were different And if all the voices were united as one Think of its love and beauty, The sweet song that would be sung. Isn’t the universe called the ‘universe’ simply because it… Continue reading Voice(s)?
When you look at yourself in the mirror, what do you see? Do you see someone who smiles at you, young and free? Do you see someone beautiful with lovable imperfections? Or do you see an image conjured up by established notion? Self-love is widely talked about these days, but a lot of us can forget… Continue reading What Do You See In The Mirror?
How books brought magic to my world.
The last two weeks have been confusingly hectic. Suddenly being forced to accept so many changes was rather hard for me – the bewilderment of being in a whole new environment, trying to find new friends at college, having to accept that I don’t have as much time as before, and feeling the days slip… Continue reading My F.R.I.EN.D.S Taught Me…and Miscellaneous