1940, Nizamabad, State of Hyderabad “For two cup of rice, how much water will you add?” “Four cups” “How much milk does it take for two cups of chai?” “One cup” “Very good. Don’t forget the basics. I don’t want any complaints from your mother-in-law!” Asha nodded her head like an obedient student, with her […]
Dear Aleppo, I woke up to you like an annoyed neighbor in the middle of the night, irritated by the escalating ruckus outside my window. I cursed you for your conduct. Dear Aleppo, I came to know of you like a dirty rumor traveling by word of mouth. I heard nasty things about how […]
I hate your questions, I hate your bad habit, To check and recheck, To satisfy your unwilling ego, That refuses to believe that, I am possible.
I heard you left already, I wish you told me too, That was a hard lesson to take, I wish I knew you begrudged giving me company. The Daily Post- Friend
There’s no plan as such, Prepare yourself for a lift from sidewalks, This journey will determine destiny. Written for Ronovon Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge
A firm clasp of fingers, Intertwining pain, pressure, faith from their pasts, Challenging class divisions, they marry! Written for Ronovon Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge prompt: Class and Firm
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