In the last week, on the Thursday morning. When my roommate, pangi (that’s what we call him.) woke me up at 9 am. “We already missed a class, wake up!” He said. I was sweating, the first words came out from my mouth “Fuck! It was just a dream”. I felt relieved. I did forget … Continue reading Escape
It’s my humble request, If you do feel offended reading this blog, try to ignore it. Otherwise I don’t give a fuck about how you feel. I went to this dog, he was looking a little irritated eating the stick of grass. I asked him, what are you doing? Why are you doing this? Does … Continue reading Suck It Up!
That day I don’t know what happened to me. Neither I was happy nor sad. Maybe I was irritated. And there is a feeling of unwillingness. I wasn’t sick, still all I wanted is to sleep. But even after then, it remains same. Or felt like you can’t think about anything. Your every effort seems … Continue reading Sad Or Happy
Isn’t the pic li’l bit confusing! A li’l complicated! You know that’s how our life is. Confusing, complicated. The more you dive the deeper it becomes. I remember those days when I used to go on an evening walk with my father. That day I was playing near by the small pond. It was covered … Continue reading The Final Solution
सनसनाती कानो को चूमती हुई, इन हवाओं में जिक्र, यूँ है, कि कहीं दूर खुश है वो फिर, दिल को उसकी फिक्र क्यों है। बारिश की बूंदों में कैसी ये कशिश है, शक होता है कि कुछ तो इनकी रंजिश है, दो दिल मिलाने की नाकाम ये कोशिश है, दायर वो मोहब्बत-ए-दरख्वास्त, हुई खारिज है। … Continue reading अनकहे अल्फ़ाज़!
26 july 2018, 7 pm I was at my brother’s hostel. He had asked me to come. We were in his room. “The parcel, the watch, it came.” He said. I took it, put it on my hand. “I will buy this one for myself too.” I told myself. Well..! One and half weeks ago, … Continue reading The Watch
I was going to meet Arajikta after 10 years. I asked her specially to meet me at the park in the colony. We used to play there together in our childhood. We sat on the bench. After a few hours, she broke the silence and asked. “How’s your life now?” “It’s fine.” I lied and … Continue reading The Drowning Me