Fiction, Tiny Tales

Memories

I am very happy to share with you guys my short fiction piece- Memories, it got published by The Drabble. I would love to know what you think about this one. Also, please check them out, I am sure you will love what they have to share. Photo by Sergiu Vălenaș on Unsplash By Akanksha… Continue reading Memories

Fiction, Tiny Tales

Dreamcatcher

A strong wind generated from the fluttering of her dainty wings carried the most beautiful earthy scent of hope. The wind traveled far, crossing the mountains and the high seas, only to reach him, and as it touched his tear-stained cheeks, the fragrance spread over his existence like a warm blanket and his emptiness retreated… Continue reading Dreamcatcher

Poetry

Be someone’s

In this world of sms and emails, be someone’s letter.In this world of diets and weight loss, be someone’s craving.In this world of Netflix and prime, be someone’s classic.In this world of pics and selfies, be someone’s painting.In this world of smartphones and laptops, be someone’s diary.In this world of gifs and emojis, be someone’s… Continue reading Be someone’s

Food, Lifestyle

Minimalist Indian Cooking: Gulab Jamun

Hey fellas! Due to the lock-down, all foodies, like me, are having a tough time dealing with their cravings. We can't eat afford to eat outside without putting our life at risk, as a result of which many of us have gone to the age old primary way i.e. #Cook at Home. While it may… Continue reading Minimalist Indian Cooking: Gulab Jamun

Poetry, Reader's Digest

Blood In My Vein

Another week, another challenge. I am totally enjoying this contest for NaPoWriMo, hosted by very generous John Reyes. You all are very welcome to join in on the fun! For this week, I present you my lyrical attempt inspired by Memories by Maroon 5. Hopefully, you will enjoy the song, at least 😉 I close… Continue reading Blood In My Vein