It was a bright sunny day but we were forced to sit in a classroom where nothing could be seen if there's no artificial light source. I think that's well exaggerated. I sat on the first row from the blackboard just to make sure that the lecturer doesn't look at me if someone threw paper … Continue reading Balancing Equations
Today. It's the Seventeenth of July, Twenty-twenty. I'm twenty-two years old, and I still have high hopes on my life. I'm just a few light-years away from my dream, my only goal. It's not a sunny day. I can barely see the stars outside the window. Oh, it's a cloudy day. I'm sorry! I haven't … Continue reading Subject To Change
"I'm too weak to do anything right now. I know, that it's in my blood, to underperform, no matter what I do. People laugh. People laugh, and then, they move on. But, It doesn't stop there. They share it there, with more and more like-minded people. Nothing more or less can ever be expected. My … Continue reading Below Average
- so let's join hands together, to make our world a better place. Twelfth of August, Twenty-Seventeen. "Yeah! Let's join hands - and the whole world will change." I told that to myself during the seminar which never seemed to end. But, when they joined hands, it was over. We did clap our hands because … Continue reading Unravelled
It was the third time I read the poster out loud, which was stuck on the metro station's notice board, which said - "Please be informed that all stations will remain closed on Thirty-slash, four-slash, twenty-twenty-eight, due to the terrible weather condition. Please cooperate and act accordingly. Thank you." and a lady in her late … Continue reading Untouched
"Boys! You can play with your hair right after graduating school. But, this is not the right time. You can stroke your hair to stand tall, just like the Mt. Everest. But, no. This isn't the time. You guys will be free birds after you join colleges. Nobody will ever complain or ask about your … Continue reading Time Smitten
Here's where it all started. Perfect climate. It was twenty degrees Celsius and he could only rely upon his warm, or not hot Horlicks because he never liked tea or coffee. He sat by the window, but never focussed on any object which appeared on the other side. He saw the kids, playing football on … Continue reading The Beginning?