Isn’t it wonderful to feel loved by someone you love since the time you discovered what love is? Continue reading The Lucky Ones
If eye glasses have always been a part of your life, then this one is for you. some of the struggles you face having to wear the glasses that others cannot relate. We pay to see the world. Continue reading Struggles of being a Chashmish!
Once you start loving yourself, you will realise all the kinds of energy that existed in you. You start accepting the real you which you supressed for many years. Now here you are being you completely happy about the new discovery. Continue reading Discovery
A hopeless romantic is someone who believes in love no matter the struggles they face. They are kind and loving that the world doesn’t deserve such kind souls. Continue reading A Hopeless Romantic
Most of the times the little girls are asked to be good and polite and in that process they try to supress their feelings and try to fit in the society. This is dedicated to all the little girls out there. Continue reading The Good Girl
Isn’t it strange how fast someone’s feelings can change, and then there’s nothing you can do but accept it. You have to accept that you’re completely in love with someone who doesn’t even give a shit whether you come or go. Continue reading Mirage
Greta was shocked when she opened the envelope and saw that it was a letter from someone. “Jeez who writes letter these days…” As she opened it, she grew more curious; she read the first sentence aloud in surprise, “Dear 25 year old Greta, you are making the greatest mistake of your life by marrying Jeffery.” “Seriously, who plans pranks like this!” She continued reading, “You may find this difficult to believe. But trust me, you are gonna find someone way better than him. Okay, so you don’t trust me. I know it’s hard to believe that your five-year relationship … Continue reading A Letter from Future Greta!
On that sunny morning at that hilltop, I couldn’t take my eyes off the bench which would have been a perfect spot for both of us. I craved your presence, but you weren’t there with me. We would sit there on that green bench, you and me. I might be holding a cup of chai and you, your coffee. You would finish your coffee in one sip and ask me for my chai; I would deny but give you anyway. We would laugh, check out other couples walking by, and say how different we were. Oh, I wish you were … Continue reading You and Me