She fell for his sugarcoated words! In response to Shweta’s six word story prompt: Sugar
खुशियों में दिल गीत के धुन गुनगुनाता है, लेकिन ग़म में बोल, रूह को छू जाते है| In happiness, man enjoys the melody of a song but when he is … Continue reading
In response to V. J’s weekly challenge # 56, Language. Everyday musings a cauldron of thoughts amalgam of ideas melange of narratives rants and ramblings reflections of the introspective self … Continue reading
In response to Susi’s I write her weekly haiku challenge #14 Twin haiku’s: Fabricated face a futile hope to hide the masqueraded soul! A bevy of masks shields my … Continue reading
The words more lethal than a bullet pierces through the heart, a thousand shards scatter, a lifetime inadequate to pick them up!
In response to Ronowan writes haiku # 217, using prompt words Poison & Past. Jealousy consumes poisoned words snap cordial bonds friendship, history!
In response to Ronovanwrites prompt #200, Fire and Ire Fire breathes havoc ashes, a testimony of its wild ire! The indignation sparks fire in the belly a rebel upsurge! Amorous … Continue reading
In response to secretkeeper’s weekly writing prompt #139, to use the following five words or their synonyms in a poem/fiction. Write|Never|Place|Mark|Place She writes her memoirs with the ink of her tears … Continue reading