He made all the arrangements for her parents to come live with them and yet they seemed so unconcerned about him. Didn’t they need him anymore?
When we think of “meant to be” we automatically assume forever. Maybe the forever is not the person, but what we gain from them.
Taking a deep breath she finally accepted – yes, she had been in love with a myth! God, she hated herself. How could she have been such a fool? How … Continue reading
I was flipping through the various fairy tales displayed at the bookstore wondering what to buy for my daughter. Very keen that she too reads all the books I’d read … Continue reading
The avalanche of emotions overwhelmed her. This wasn’t what she had expected – she never thought that seeing him again would bring back the emotions she had buried deep within. … Continue reading
Anjum lay crying on the easy chair as memories played havoc in her mind. It was three weeks after Sanjeev’s death. Relatives and family had left just that morning. She … Continue reading
The rains came pouring as Kavvya left the office. Oh! She didn’t want to be late again. Siddhi would be upset. He had asked her to leave an hour ago … Continue reading
The yellow and black taxi cruised through the gloomy and lifeless street. Maya sat listlessly leaning her head against the open window. As she turned her face towards the clear … Continue reading
Sandhya lost track of time. Hugging her knees close, she sat staring blankly. Shafts of dust laden light filtered through the creaks in the window. The damp air felt cold. … Continue reading
The organisation my dear friend worked in for 14 years was recently restructured and her position was made redundant. The job still existed but it was expanded and transferred to … Continue reading
Mrinalini retorted, ‘no, she will never look like her mother. She will always look like you, perhaps with some parts like her mother’. There was a moment of stunned silence. … Continue reading