It took me a while to perceive,School nostalgia isn’t just about friendships.The credit is unfairly distributed though,It’s the hand holding that forever grips.Eventually there’s a list of favourites,Might have a few names or even a tonn.Yet that one teacher,Always stands second to none. Never realized my regard,Until I stepped into a totally new world.Amidst all […]Read More #Thankateacher
I have definitely been to the fools’ fair before and you? I recently came across an article that revolved around Quattrone and Tversky’s experiment. I hadn’t heard of it before, but after reading I realized that most of us definitely observe it on a regular basis, and thus decided to pen it down. This experiment […]Read More Fools’ Fair?
“JOUSKA”, eye-catching word, ain’t it? . It caught my attention because I for one have experienced it so many times. Almost each one of us has been in a situation where we have found ourselves compulsively playing out an hypothetical conversation in our head, and that exactly is JOUSKA. Of-course there’s no need to elaborate […]Read More JOUSKA
Today, with this post my blog completes 3 years. Initially, when I thought about it, the plan was to draft a short and sweet write up about how it’s been overwhelming to have maintained my consistency of posting blogs for 3 years. Just then it struck me, what if I had given up on the […]Read More What if?
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt VII: Poem about laughter that is borrowed Laughter, smile, chuckle and beam, All of them epitomize happiness. Instant grins aren’t as merry as they seem, For they are usually loaded with emptiness. Borrowed felicity is a treat, It’s iced with a constant reason The events are naturally different, But it […]Read More Mine to borrow
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt VI: Poem using a word from your native language काय मग? is a limitless question, It incorporates everything from a gossip to plan. It spices up tons of discussions, If you’ve found the Robin to your Batman. There’s a party in the neighborhood, Not being invited is kind of unfair […]Read More काय मग?
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt V : Poem for a person whom you hate or who hates you It isn’t possible to hate one fixed person, For in my opinion it’s mood dependent. Times change so do our speculations, Prejudices never cease to be an attendant. Guess it’s never about the people, Detest is a […]Read More Why so serious?
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt IV: Everyday little things Taking things for granted?? Undoubtedly a thesis to mock, The diurnal cup of coffee, Isn’t a worthy keynote to talk. Though a day without the java, Immediatly sets off a mind block. Everyday little things are a bliss, Yet overlooking them is a cake walk. Idealistic […]Read More Cake Walk
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt III: Poem incorporating favourite song lyrics Moments with favourites are never enough, This fact is no new story. All of us dread the long distance, The cherished bonds suddenly appear blurry. Memories linger with a hint of tear, A glorious big goodbye is what we crave, Wrapped happily beneath our […]Read More ये ऐसा सिलसिला नहीं.
National Poetry Writing Month Prompt II : Pancakes Hurling my bag on the bedroom couch, I cribbed & complained about the day. Look at you, you’ve become a grouch, Giggled grandpa from the hallway. My day was dreadful I scowled, Why aren’t all hours identically radiant I griped out loud. Oh my darling I’ll teach […]Read More Toppings