The red sun sets with the dying day Azure horizons slowly turning to grey The twinkling stars only a handful Forming constellations so hopeful We won’t meet if we follow the same road Crossed paths will retrace our abode In this niveous abyss we shall roam The fading lights will guide us… Continue reading Dying Day
Midnight, her face Cold, her memories Old, but her dreams Bold, her prison Gold, her eyes Told, her story Untold. A beautiful tragedy To behold.
Term and pace Ample or meager The time which was and the one yet to come An instant to form eons and eons ending in a spell Years, months or may be some time I love the vagueness of words that involve time.
Pervading the realm, Belonging to night The nocturnal creatures Advancing towards the prey A numb captive, I. Am out of this trauma. Driving away, The evils of the night The light seeps Into the fragile sky.
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4 by Sue Townsend Teen angst has never been such serious business – or this much fun! In his secret diary, British teen Adrian Mole excruciatingly details every morsel of his turbulent adolescence. Mixed in with daily reports about the spot sprouting on his chin are heartrending… Continue reading #BookReview : The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole by Sue Townsend
Never Never by Colleen Hoover My rating: 3 of 5 stars “She’s lost in thought. I’m lost in her.” This was my first CoHo book and my first Tarryn Fisher. After so many positive reviews about both the authors, I was really disappointed after reading this book which was just average for me. This book… Continue reading #BookReview Never Never Part 1 of 3
I clearly remember the day when I was first introduced to the wonderful world of Narayan. To the wonderland, Malgudi. That was my friend, who told me about Swami. He described to me some anecdotes from the book and I loved them so much that the very same evening I was buying a copy… Continue reading #GuestPost Malgudi Express by Arpit Jain