When Dawn becomes dusk | Short story through art

when dawn becomes dusk

Munna eagerly woke up on a Sunday morning with an optimistic face. He wished good morning to his only true friend he had in Sunflower orphanage — his teddy bear “Puffy”. When Munna found Puffy in the garbage can, puffy had already lost one eye and was too torn to say cute. Puffy was the…… Continue reading When Dawn becomes dusk | Short story through art

Am I a guardian or a pet? Thought through art

am i guardian or pet

I used to think about the life of my goldfish. I can imagine how vast and deep the ocean is but could my pet goldfish ever imagine an ocean? It might have thought that the glass bowl was the only world that exists. Goldfish might have thought that it was experiencing absolute freedom as it…… Continue reading Am I a guardian or a pet? Thought through art

Order in disorder | A short poem about my room

order in disorder poem

My room is full of disorder, With countless things to ponder. Tons of crumpled clothes and paper, Pile up forming a big skyscraper. Floor adorned with breadcrumbs Holding the weight of humdrum. White walls as blank as a canvas, Shouldering the ceiling like Atlas. Spiders browsing the giant webs and lizards roaming with tiny steps. Thick…… Continue reading Order in disorder | A short poem about my room

Your silence | A short poem about loved one’s absence

a poem about silence

What is more painful than a loved one’s absence? The anguish gifted by the silence of the loved one is something we never wish to feel even in our nightmares. I was bored today and thought about this situation. Fortunately or unfortunately, I was feeling lonely and it inspired me to write this simple poem.…… Continue reading Your silence | A short poem about loved one’s absence