Right Time

One winter morning, sipping beverage,Buses and cars emerged from fog,Being apparent and clearer,As I stared at the busy lane. Things reach us at the right time,No matter how much we want,They show up and meet us,As they were destined for. Seasons share their wisdom,Via tiny little details,Each has some to say,Each has many to show. … Read more

The Forgotten World

Written for Six sentence story, hosted by Denise of Girlie on the edge’s blog PROMPT WORD: JUNK “I don’t have time to win an argument with you. I have enough work today.” Siya shouted and went to the store room. “Yes, just go. I too don’t want to see you.” Sam retorted. Siya started checking the old … Read more

GrandPa’s Farmlands

Riya came to stay with her grandparents during her summer holidays. Staying with Granny and GrandPa was of utmost joy to her and she used to beam with happiness the whole day. She went to see large farms of GrandPa. The farms shone bright like an emarald as the tall grasses kept swaying with the … Read more