The RendezvousImage Courtesy - RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com ‘Where are we going Mumma?’ The bubbling curiosity of an inquisitive toddler was uncontrollable as she continued questioning her mother, Shalini, whose eyes though remained stuck on the road ahead. Unfazed with such a cold reaction of her mother, she paused for to let the huge truck … Continue reading The Rendezvous
Image Credit - Photo by Askar Abayev on Pexels.com The day began with the usual humdrum. ‘Where is my dress,’ shouted Viren, without even looking inside the cupboard? A quick glance, and he called for his mother, who was still busy helping out her husband find his shoes and tie. ‘Can you see the hangars … Continue reading Love and Something Like It!
Image Courtesy - Ravi Kant on Pexels.com The vibrance of the impending festivities enveloped the entire village with renewed vigour and liveliness as people shopped, replaced the old with the new and looked forward to the beginning of a new season and welcoming the long-gone relatives back in the house. The excitement of seeing the … Continue reading The Festival
The Change Image Credit - le vy on Pexels.com The early morning breeze now feels warmer, the sun also turns up earlier than the usual time, the quilt till now making one cosy and lethargic has begun to lose its charm as the season began showing its inclination to go for a change. The usual … Continue reading The Change
Image Courtesy - Andy Kuzma on Pexels.com The eyes overwhelmed, ambivalent, and reluctant to decide between letting the water flow out of its control or keeping it inside even though the face beamed with unusual anxious excitement. The finger wanted to hold on to the little one longer while the mind commanded to let it … Continue reading The First Day
Image Credit - VisionPic .net on Pexels.com He ran as if seeing open after ages, scampering everywhere, even in the middle of the quiet country road, no honking, no car not even a cycle at this time. Cows return home faraway, the musical sound of the bell announcing their arrival, the trees filtering out the … Continue reading Mother