I was happy
I felt loved
Walking behind you
Following Your steps
That were left for me; I knew
You told me I was your shadow
A reflection you see in the water
Never showed me a mirror
Might you’ve feared
For I would descry
My pretty little limpid wings
And fly high
Into the hyaline sky…
The cold grey street, sad dim lights which blink a few times and dies out often, the crying noise of the toddler coming from a distance attracted Evan to occupy his mind with many interesting thoughts while on his way back to the dorm. He looked around him counted the…
On that cold December night, they both walked down the alley which opens to the famous MG Road, where they thought they would be able to hear some noises, see a few unknown faces instead of the same old doleful past memories flashing indomitably before their naked eyes. The two…
I know that we all are Gen-Zs
I know it !!! Okay
You’ll have cool gadgets that you carry every day and everywhere.
And, yes everyone has their playlist when it comes to music. I..I…I got it.
Don’t you think of listening to the patter of rain on…
I was trying to frame a poem and somewhere in between I tried to put "It wasn’t suicidal" but the syllables wouldn’t fit in. I needed only 5 and hence I should omit one syllable.
Should I remove "Not" or "It"????
This provoked me to realise how people try endlessly to fit in/meet the expectations which were deliberately structured by our society and it is susceptible for the youngster to choose the wrong word.
I won’t remove "NOT" just to follow the format
(It messes up the whole meaning)
I’d rather remove "IT" from the sentence.
(Coz it still makes sense in the poem)
If it isn’t for removing "not" or "it" I’d probably change the whole damn structure.
I'd druther decorate my life with my druthers.
You all probably have a vivid memory of how everyone was locked inside their own houses and fought with the cravings for street foods among themselves when the whole world was in a quagmire facing a pandemic situation. …