Clumsy the Girl

Clumsy the Girl was programmed by default to be the world’s biggest klutz. God had concocted some kind of mutant butter and dipped her hands into it, drenching her fingers, and make her have household objects take part in the domestic Olympics, clanging and crashing. A perfectly safe and flat surface tripped her worse than…

Those Eyes

Shy, feeling like an alien, she entered. She knew no one, and no one knew her. None of us were aware of a new student joining us. She was a girl who could walk down the street without causing a disturbance. A plain Jane. She curled into her seat, ready to shut herself, like a…

Music On Shuffle

I was surfing Google to look up writing prompts in order to enable me to keep my blog awake and came across one amusing challenge that grabbed my interest. It asked me to play my music player on shuffle and write down the first ten songs that play. The first set spewed some songs of…

Provoked Morph

Just when you think someone is the best, the best of best, the bestest, and you travel along with them with joy dedicated to that sole person’s achievements, the lights go out, a scuffle of words explode into a grenade of deliberate misconstrues and then the lights come back on to reveal an avatar of…

Tall Tale

Back in college, we had an exercise in English class called Tall Tales, whose rule was to invent an alternate climax to any popular story, as far as our imaginations took us. I chose The Hare and the Tortoise after a few wheels spun in my head and produced my composition, the revised edition of…

Ethereal: The Dawn of the Blue by Deepika Kumaaraguru- Book Review

Originally posted on MysteriousSoul:
Title: Ethereal: The Dawn of the Blue Author: Deepika Kumaaraguru  Genre: Fantasy fiction Publisher: Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd Publication Date: 4 Oct, 2016 Book length: 448 Ethereal: The Dawn of the Blue is an enthralling fantasy genre novel that revolves around the story of a girl Nashira Jaynes who undergoes a…

Laptop or a Notebook?

WordPress is flooded with authors, all of whom are either novelists or bloggers alone. Every person’s website is a testimony to the pen they hold in their hand and as we indulge in this art almost every day, it’s crucial to know whether the mode of the art being crafted is suitable for the long…

Devasena + Amarendra Bāhubali

Originally posted on Life. Dreams. Hopes and Happiness.:
Hi, you guys! The header image must have warned you, nevertheless, I must give out these two explicit warnings. This is a same-timeline-different-location story which runs parallel to scenes from the movie (you know which one). Accordingly, I declare here that this is intended as fan-fiction only.…

Funny Little Realities

Here are some snippets of life I’m pretty sure we’ve all gone through now and then 😀 ~~~~~ The plan: I’m going to get up by 5 a.m. tomorrow. The next morning: Alarm beeps into the ear and the hand comes up to smack it down, dozing off for another two hours. ~~~~~ The plan:…

I, The Little Mobile

I, the little mobile with its screen head and belly full of buttons, tried to look around the huge dictionary to see what was in the package Anna brought in, but it was a hard task to move my own body a mere inch of my own accord. I couldn’t move anywhere if Anna didn’t…

Cinderella Was Meant To Be A Queen

Heard the story of Cinderella from Mum when I was seven. Then watched Disney’s 1950 classic a few months later. I fell in love with it back then and I’m still in love with it. The scenes starring the witty and cute mice earned laughter and admiration out of me back then and they still…

Bloopers On Stage

Back in college, everyone has their hilarious moments that last in their memories to give them a good laugh for the rest of their lives. Some of the moments that still have me losing it are from the times we staged dramas, one for English class in our first year and one for a Fine Arts competition. It’s…