How she became brave! (Short Story)

Greetings... *This short story got featured in The Oak Summit: The Soothsayer's Ink Edition-I (Heart it out)* Sharing it with this community of wonderful writers and readers. June 1980 Those eyes played with her innocence. She constantly remembered her grandmother with a tear.  Listening to her stories about her childhood caused me to identify with her greatly. ... Continue Reading →

Negotiation (Poem)

Yes! I have a skin colour I don't weigh - typical My imperfections - They become my strength My endurance is beyond imagination I choose to be silent at the juncture Not that I am vulnerable, since my resilience is much higher than the ideals I like to stand out in the throng Pushing all... Continue Reading →

Interview with Unknown…

The unknown wants to share something meaningful to you! Here are a few questions which I asked the unknown. Me: What are you most grateful for in your life? Unknown: The life itself. A beautiful creation which I cherish for eternity. Me: What life lessons did you learn from tough days? Unknown: Time heals a... Continue Reading →

You’re Attuned (Poem).

You looked at my tenderness, shifting focus was not your pretension. But you did it for me. Something with a wing goes dying in me. Mounting on top like a spider, a strange shadow appeared before me. I don't want to run away from you. Clinging you so tightly with my inner self. Filling my... Continue Reading →

Gayathri Granny (Short Story)

I never knew reading has such a power. It was before publishing my first book that,  I joined the library which was close to my house. I had a month before joining my research work. So, I decided to join the library and help them by managing books and records. Maybe, it was destined because it is through the library - I got introduced to my publisher. As an avid reader, the idea to surround yourself with books itself is fascinating, a dream come true, for a reader. I was indeed lucky! I was with them for around 10-15 days but got many precious experiences and got to meet new people (rather readers). I also remember, writing a newspaper article for the library to boost more readers and invited more people to join libraries around.  One such story from my memory is about Gayathri Granny.... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poetry

Haiku is a traditional Japanese poetry form. It consists of a three-line poem with seventeen syllables. Written in a 5-7-5 syllable count. The main focus of haiku poetry is on images from nature, or seasonal reference. Haiku gives emphasis to simplicity, zeal, and directness of articulation. It should be subtle and based on observational thoughts.... Continue Reading →

Some random kalimba tunes…

Hello Readers, Listen to some random kalimba tunes. It may not be perfect but it's soothing. Kalimba is known as Thumb piano or piano of Africa. The keys (tongues) are made of metal. A little instrument with a soothing sound. This is a 17 keys Musoo Kalimba. Random Kalimba Tune Stay positive.

My Adopted Self

Ever since I was born I constantly searched -- For that mark of identity Mirror to mirror conversations lead to false impressions Sheer darkness covered my thoughts A placed appeared to be whimsical I placed my sheet To let know of my identity A mixture of connections occurred in habitat A call of Visionary --... Continue Reading →

A conversation with my shadow…

“Read Carefully” A bright day..... Sunshine’s and brought a smile. Shadow comes in... Slowly Falling adjacent to me! And said, “You have become independent”. Oh! Look who says... I have to! Why? Ha hah hah... You leave me alone when I am in dark and what I am I suppose to do? Becoming me! Shhh...... Continue Reading →

52 Daily Affirmation Thoughts (Printable)

Hello Readers, Positive thoughts are like food for the soul. Agree? Pick up a random card and read an affirmation thought. The thought instantly fills you up with hope. So, sharing my 52 daily affirmation thoughts (printable) Stay Positive.

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