An old shot at fiction!
There are old friends and then there are new ones and sometimes certain in-betweens who leave a long-lasting impression and disappear without warning. A dedication to one such person.
I came across the writer Mitch Albom because of a famous scam that made rounds on social media of how a person would get twelve books in return for the one book she/he gifts to a stranger during Christmas time. ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ was that one book one of my acquaintances got in return for... Continue Reading →
A series of fictional diary entries of people I may or may not have come across. The truth is conditional and so the option to believe lies with the reader. The insecure one I'm not going to pretend that I hate my favourite song just because he doesn't like it. I will sing it out... Continue Reading →
"Aren't you afraid that people will get to know too much about you when they read your thoughts on paper?" I was asked. I thought about the guy from school who sat on the last bench. He didn't sit there because he wanted to be a back-bencher, because you know, it was considered 'cool'. And... Continue Reading →
Have you had one of those days when everything went completely wrong? Like you were the protagonist of a movie based on how life could be at its miserable best when it was allowed to unleash all its pent up anger upon the surviving species for a whole day. Imagine this day getting stretched into... Continue Reading →
What exactly is a Golden Rain Tree, you ask? Well, it is this magical tree (scientifically known as Cassia fistula) that has great significance on the eve of the Malayalee new year, also known as, Vishu, when enthusiasts of upholding traditional values make it a point to get to their homes a bunch of the... Continue Reading →
Red hoodie, perfectly complementing the flames that arise in his eyes. The stylish walk almost making it seem like he is going to a business meeting. A boyish grin on one hell of a face and his gaze, oh my, falling down on short girls like me with grace! And when our eyes lock and... Continue Reading →