She

The darkness peek into the street She was awake Feeling the freshness of the breeze She walked The desolate road reflected her life Sorrowful Solitude Eternal And when the road diverged A lost puppy joined her trail Just like the way she joined her mother From a trash can To a life of momentary happinessContinue reading “She”

Gender crisis!

“Do you want bangles?” The girl in her 20s with her disheveled hair, and untidy dress asked me. “No.” I replied and changed my gaze. “Please,” she said. “Mm, I don’t wear them daily.” “Perhaps for someone closer to you?” “No.” Her face turned gloomy, the road was desolate and this was the exact placeContinue reading “Gender crisis!”

A dreadful 3 a.m.

It was around 3 a.m. when my father got a call from one of his friends telling that his family has got food poisoning. My father reached his home and hospitalised him, his wife and child. His friend is the only son but his parents are living in a separate house. My father insisted toContinue reading “A dreadful 3 a.m.”

The dilemma of an Indian bride

“I am terrified,” my cousin sister said. It was my cousin sister’s wedding that day. I still remember the stress she was passing through while her fiance’s pictures where he was dancing with his friends, flashed on her from the phone screen. It wasn’t the one of her dreams. She was ordered to not danceContinue reading “The dilemma of an Indian bride”

Child abuse

My friend was tied to a pillar and her father beat her ruthlessly for stealing some money from his pocket. She was my childhood friend. She was the elder girl in her family. She has a younger sister and brother. Her family was poor. She took care of her siblings and managed the house veryContinue reading “Child abuse”

The blind man I saw.

I was walking to home after class in evening, after buying things needed at home. I was tired and all I wanted is to get to home as soon as possible. The evening was getting darker and suddenly in front of me a bus came to a halt from which the conductor was helping aContinue reading “The blind man I saw.”

3 truths men wish the society knew!

“Don’t cry like girls. You are a boy”, said my friend to her brother when he was crying hard due to his break up. Stop saying that ‘men don’t cry’ thing. Would you suppress your laugh when you hear jokes? If it isn’t normal then why suppressing someone’s tears just due to their gender isContinue reading “3 truths men wish the society knew!”

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