People would always ask me, why do I carry a wallet as old as ages. How do I tell them, my tiny initials engraved on the inside on it’s worn out skin, remind me of the day you gave it to me. A picture of a woman, barely recognisable anymore. How do I tell them,… Continue reading Remembrance.
To all women reading this. You are beautiful, in the way you are, in the way you’re made. You care and you love and yet you’re strong. Don’t let anyone tell you, that you’re weak. To the mothers who give life and nurture. To the daughters who hold hands and spread joy. To the sisters… Continue reading We are the Women
You peeped through the crack in the door. There I was, locking myself away, sobbing. You were calling out my name, thinking that I would hurt myself. Little did you know, I was scared. You stood there, telling me I need friends, I said no. You told me I need to go out more, I… Continue reading Little Did You Know
I tell them I’m broken. I ask them to stay away. They open their arms wide, Telling me they could heal. How do they not see, They’ll only be filling the cracks. The repair has to be done by me.
I am sick Not in the way medicines could heal. But only love could fix me. Not from others, But from me to me.
Don’t tell me that you’re courageous if the thought of dying scares you. Don’t challenge me because I’m not. You live your life being careful with every step you take. You don’t live, you just don’t die. Whereas, I live each moment like my last. So when death does come for me, I don’t regret… Continue reading Death
My heart is like the sea. The calm of it when I am alone. The playful tides, when I am with my dear ones. But with you, it’s the roaring waves. Gushing towards the beach. Soothing down as soon as they touch the sand. You are the beach. Soft white sand, wet with my heart’s… Continue reading Calm of the sea.