Do you always ‘Just Do It’?

Penning down my thoughts and getting them read has always been an intriguing fulfilling task. But guess that is exactly the most procrastinated task in my life – Actually writing stuff down. Turns out that I always practiced the mental form of thought collection in my head or at the most, talking to myself to … Continue Reading

Musafir

“Musafir” by Diksha Taskhedkar weaves a braid of a soul during the COVID pandemic. Amongst the panic and confusion of the first wave, where people were dropping like flies, the central character of the poem, afraid and numb, wonders about life which she has lived so far. Towards the end you can almost get a … Continue Reading

Take Some Time off to Spend It with Yourself

We all have busy schedules and deadlines to meet, so we often forget to think about ourselves, especially during these unprecedented times. It might be quite overwhelming and there’s always a chance of an impending mental breakdown and this highlights the need to take some time off from the hustle and bustle of our daily … Continue Reading

A Virtual World

In the digital era take a break to be amidst nature & enjoy real experiences rather than the virtual ones. Try and you shall never regret. Thank me latter! Every next second, the eyes check for notifications. After uploading a post, we await the responses, which comes in a range of comments and reactions. And … Continue Reading

Love yourself

In this, the author asks people to love themselves, and not take life too seriously. Shesays, we understand ourselves much more than anyone else and we know everything aboutourselves. She suggests that we take out time for ourselves in these chaotic schedules and enjoy little things inlife. You’re the only soul on this planet, Who … Continue Reading

Hieroglyphs: A brief insight of the Egyptian tongue

We often wonder; how did the ancient people communicate? What language did they use? Was it as easy as we think we find English, or our mother tongue and the various languages in the world? The first ever way in which humans communicated with each other, or expressed their feelings was through paintings and rock … Continue Reading

Big Dreams in Blue

“Big dreams in Blue” hits that sweet spot of just having moved on from a bad break-up. The tone of the poem is not melancholic. On the contrary, it feels like waking up from a hypnotic slumber of murky oblivion. It feels like the early morning rays of sun falling on your freshly washed face … Continue Reading

Monologue on Environment

We have seen the destruction of forests, extinction of species and the life-threatening disasters caused by humans. For how long are we going to ignore the climate change, disregarding it as a mere hypothetical occurrence? Realize the raging threats looming over our heads. It’s time to wake up! Realize the importance of protecting our only … Continue Reading

Untying the Sutures of my Heart

The poem talks about letting go those thoughts that were a reason for constant misery. It also tells that bliss lies deep within and once discovered, we realize that all those tough situations that we have undergone were like a boon in transforming us. Letting free those sutures That were sewed to my heart, Each … Continue Reading

Show some Love to Yourself

If you fall I will catch  you, I’ll be waiting time after time. You may think about who I am talking about in these hopeless romantic lines, you may think it maybe a soulmate, boyfriend or family. But no! If you think about any of these questions – that why aren’t you important and worthy … Continue Reading