Goodbyes are Not the End

You left, without a word of goodbye, Maybe what I said wasn’t enough If I said I don’t think about the farewell you bid often all I’d say was a lie, Not knowing how you are makes life so rough. You smiled when you were happy, Cried when you were sad, But now it’s timeContinue reading “Goodbyes are Not the End”

Rainy Days- The Best Days

*** Hello lovely readers! I am back after a break with some new content for you all! Hope you all have been well! The whole month of August in India is the highlight of monsoon, as the whole month is categorized under this season which is in contrast to the latter days of July andContinue reading “Rainy Days- The Best Days”

The One and Only, Our mother earth

June 7, 2021 The one who gave us the incredible birth,we selfishly slewed and took away it’s life.Are we precisely inhumane to be called humans?As it is not merely wrong, but a sinful crime.To mourn on the one, who gave us the momentous life. The bluish sky,we madly polluted, for our luxuries.Are we vaguely uneducatedContinue reading “The One and Only, Our mother earth”

Contributors’ Week 2.0

June 5, 2021 On the occasion of World Environment Day, our website has taken the initiative of inviting creative bits from the talented writers from all around the world to raise their voices against exploitation of nature. These contributions have been compiled into the Contributor’s Week with the theme being ‘Nature’s Wreck.’ To kick startContinue reading “Contributors’ Week 2.0”

Contributors’ Week 2.0

Greetings! Seeing the overwhelming response that we received on the first edition of our Contributors’s Week, we are back with the second edition of the same. Since Covid is still prevailing, the youth has plenty of time on its hands to unleash their creative side. Keeping in mind the contemporary scenarios in the world alongContinue reading “Contributors’ Week 2.0”

The Choice

I was walking down the street In the direction that was all too familiar And without missing a beat I knew where I was going with just my memory sheer. The rain wet my hair, making them partially moist And the droplets flowed down my cheeks, wetting them too Funny, I thought, as my thoughtsContinue reading “The Choice”