The Horror of Midnight


written by Shreya at in category Myownpoems with 27 Comments


Walking past the crowd,

Holding her mother’s saree,

She was feeling the safest in the city.

 

The night grew dark,

The moon glowed loud,

The fear becomes subtle,

The rain became light.

 

She boarded the bus,

Aghast the fears of irony,

The brooding efforts of mankind,

She boarded the bus.

 

Clinching tight to her mom’s arm,

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Daddy's Lil’ girl!


written by Shreya at in category Thoughts with 0 Comments


“Pitah se hai naam tera, Pitah pehchaan teri, Jiye jis sahaare pe tu, Pitah se, woh saans mili, Hai pitah, rab tera” – Boss

I was born in a very dramatic way, it’s like I was enjoying in my mother’s womb and didn’t want to face the world. My father was strong-willed that her daughter is born on a specific day with the blessing of his spiritual guru. There I was lurking in the arms of the nurse when papa had come from his meditation. Tears rolled d ...

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Trip 101: Jaipur to Varanasi: Shambho ki nagri


written by Shreya at in category Travel with 1 Comments


“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” – Helen Keller

Travelling has made everyone soothe their soul. It is what makes it so special, it takes you to places you have never visited, makes you meet people you have never known and lets you breathe like never before. It is very important for everyone to travel once in your life to see the enchantments it creates in your soul.

I followed my extravagant journey too, with family because I went to ...

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Not just any teenager story- Ann, not Annie


written by Shreya at in category Book review with 0 Comments


Don’t you have lice to clean out of your curly rat’s nest? Ann thought, before grabbing her notebook.” – From the book.

We all have been in situations in our college or senior years where we just hated everything around. It was all depressing with crushes and household efforts and friends and life.

Same is the story here with Ann, I am sorry it’s Annie.

Annie hates the fact that everyone calls her Ann and not Annie (w ...

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Redefining the aspects of life-The Modern Day Hindu


written by Shreya at in category Book review with 4 Comments


“Wevolution is when the knot is untied, and the balloon goes where it wants to go!”

Faith is the only thing that can bind people in the bond that cannot be broken by any Lord itself. I read a lot of books and judge them definitely not by its cover. Every book tells a tale that is known to the people that are reading it.

I was fortunate enough to come across Nikhil Chandwani, a good friend of mine, and a wonderful writer who has been establishing his name since ...

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