Hi there! I did not run out of ideas exactly. Short stories are waiting to be written, articles are waiting to be concluded, poems are dying mid stanza and also all those people who have hired me are filling up my inbox with reminders. Lots to do. But my brain said what better time to … Continue reading When you run out of ideas…
This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda The fervour and anticipation for Holi is all around, and everyone is getting ready for a day full of joy and merriment. We at BlogAdda thought that we should get into the mood for Holi and add some colour in your … Continue reading Colours
Maddening Sometimes in life you just need to realise that every sentence begining on a philosophical note won't hold a life-altering meaning or an inspiring, important lesson at the end of it. For that matter, a caption on a serene landscape won't too. Because if you don't land on the moon, you won't fall among … Continue reading Maddening Quotes
Prompt by The Blog Propellant : I got plenty of nut'in and nut'ins plenty for me. CAUTION: As the tittle suggests, this has absolutely nothing meaningful. Also, it's completely disoriented. So, Proceed At Your Own Risk! Frankly speaking, I have no idea what I should be writing about. A super-ambitious, easily excited, supremely irrational friend … Continue reading Ain’t Nothing Creative In Here
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "In Loving Memory." In the loving memory of Khadija Begum who died trying to save a baby panda from the clutches of wild. In need she stood By every family and friend. Even when her own farms Were too young to bear fruits. One day, She was … Continue reading In My Loving Memory….
Ants are very polite. They acknowledge each other. When they pass by one another, they give a little nod. Human brain produces as many as 12,000 to 50,000 thoughts per day. (Scientifically speaking, I am thoughtful!) In Islamic Law, a prisoner of war can get his/her freedom back by teaching 10 Muslims to … Continue reading 15 Facts That Will Make You Smile
I have a favourite historian (yes, that's true... #immaBgeeky) Charles A. Beard. And from his work, that which impressed me the most are these four lines. All the lessons of history in four sentences: Whom the God would destroy, He first makes them mad with power. The mills of God grind slowly,but the grind exceedingly … Continue reading …In Four Sentences!
Ghafil hai yeh duniya Isse malool kya hona Dubta suraj hai yeh Isse subeh ki umeed kya rakhna Yes. This world right now is very disa...dissa...dissappointing.. ( Damn! double 's' or single 's' ?!?! ) ( Well , I will be a spell … Continue reading My Mind Has A Mind Of It’s Own