The image below is from Corey Agopian at Unsplash. "The voter turnout has been phenomenal," the news anchor smiled for the camera, waving his hands as he went on to describe the country's first democratic election after the transition from so-called dictatorship. "For the first time, our nation has seen such diverse groups exercising their... Continue Reading →
-Google Hub Photo Frame The fall of the foggy veil,Obscures the sight from my gaze;Of these shining relics of grandeur, Symbolising strength to endure. Riding with the gushing waters below,The darkness seems to grow;And standing by the bridge I know,The bright lights shall guide the path to go. Written for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #82.... Continue Reading →
Image: Alex Fu at Pexels I stood still, on a road desertedHaving travelled far, still miles to goI look back not, as memories surroundIn twilight's silence, my midnight madness. I'd sampled love, under the cherry blossom treeAnd drowned my soul, in the whirlpools of lustUnafraid of thunder, I'd forged ahead Broke those rules, for you... Continue Reading →
Image- Lhairton Kelvin Costa at Pexels Adrenaline surging through his system as his heart pounded in his chest, Saksham thoroughly searched the man he'd just managed to knock out. Empty wallet, loose change, some receipts- but nothing incriminating. Damn it! ~**~ The death of two agents (one assigned to ops back-up) had cast a shadow... Continue Reading →
There was a tale. A tale of war, loss, love and hope. A tale of times past and present. A tale set in a place nowhere and everywhere. The tale of Tanya and Arim. They were the firmest of friends, running around the town on imaginary quests, despite repeated scoldings. Up the blue stone steps... Continue Reading →
Separated by society, lovers dream of meeting again someday.
Tatyana-Sanina at DeviantArt.com She stared at screen. The messaging app flashed his message, the notification bar showed his missed call. Glancing up from her phone, she looked around. She’d stopped at the intersection between the two subway routes. She smiled internally, just like her life. Monita knew she had to choose between the two options... Continue Reading →