We are a nation who, for the most part, is vocal about the problems that we are faced with. Majority cannot be bothered about actually doing anything because the belief that identifying a problem absolves one from taking responsibility. Then people … Continue reading
This is a scene that popped in my mind as I was going through my Facebook news feed and bears no resemblance to any person living or dead. Even when it is just a scene, it is a story nonetheless. … Continue reading
“I see progress.” Safia whispered, her voice held excitement for Nina. Bestowing a glance at Safia, Nina shrugged her sweater clad shoulder as she replied in an equally low whisper, “I don’t.” Nina and Safia were sitting in their university … Continue reading
The featured image has been Googled and has no bearing to the story apart from being a pencil. ***** Raza could see Zoe was about to snap. He had known her for a mere months but he thought he could … Continue reading
Sitting by herself in the cozy café, she could feel peace coursing through her. The chartering of people all around her came as if from behind some thick veil. She was in a world of her own. “I must do … Continue reading
“You should be doing your homework, not staring at it.” Her father’s stern dictate had Salma come out of her reverie and look around. Her father sat in his plush arm chair holding a newspaper in both his hands. It … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,600 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 60 trips to carry that many people.
She is beautiful. This was the first thing that came to Farzad’s mind as he saw Zahaa walking towards him. Not towards him specifically but in the same direction. Her hair flying everywhere in the wind. Clad in cream coloured … Continue reading
This story was written for my Book Club’s short story competition and won second place. ————————————————————————————————————– Anaya smiled as she laid her son in his cradle. She had come a long way. Smiling as she sung her baby a lullaby, … Continue reading
As the lift took me to her floor in the tall Corporate Tower, the only thoughts revolving in my mind were about how she would react to seeing me in her workplace. After all she had never liked her personal … Continue reading