What’s The Truth – #WriteBravely

They talk about me As if, I've committed a crime But, how do I explain Being in love Is not a crime Yes, we were Deeply in love Or we weren't? My heart confirms, With a Thumping yes Yes, those exchanges Of e-mails and smses Confirms it, don't they? I remember that day...

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Nostalgic Memories – #WriteBravely

  She walks with an air of confidence Bouncing across the pavement, A beauty unmatched   He observes the attractiveness from afar Smiles at the thought of being together   Just then, His thought bubble pokes Puncturing his thoughts   "Such an...

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A Writer’s Hide Out

A micro fiction titled ‘A Writer’s Hide Out’ on a photo prompt for #FridayFictioneers. The story is inspired by the recent spate of killings of journalists.

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Death – A Poem

Life and death are two parts of a coin, but there are times that you feel death to be a comfortable choice and so here is a perspective on death.

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Suicide is not an option

On the occasion of World Suicide Prevention Day, 2017, I am writing a poem urging young children, teenagers and students to avoid taking a drastic step and talk it out with your family and friends.   Don't judge a person by the face As it may be having many...

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A Not So Desired Death

A poem from the point of view of young school children who died at the BRD Gorakhpur Medical College Hospital and their innocence.

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