via Daily Prompt: Temporary All through my life (so far), I’ve always known what I have wanted. I have always had a clear-cut picture of how my adult life was going to turn out. Every stage of life has its rite of passage. When I turned 18, I started my undergraduate course in architecture, something…… Continue reading Chapter One.
Too many fries and cake? Is that a thing? Apparently, yes. I would like to bring forth the issue of body image that several men and women suffer from. I have seen a lot of my girlfriends satisfy their voracious appetite with tiny portions of food or none at all because they are “on a…… Continue reading Too many fries and cake.
via Daily Prompt: Avid As we grow up, we constantly are facing a set of values that the society believes describes a ‘cultured woman’. We are constantly told not to argue, to respect those older to us, to dress in a certain manner, to speak only in a certain way and ‘TO BEHAVE LIKE A…… Continue reading Unapologetic.
I opened up my eyes to find your eyes looking right into mine. I see you see my soul As if you knew me all the time I saw a million eyes look at me And none could spark this fire I saw a million after And none could satiate the storm And deep inside,…… Continue reading / transient /
“I have to keep my surroundings clean and organized. I am very OCD about these things.” I have heard this often and have come to the conclusion that it has become conventional to assume that a person who likes their surroundings clean suffers from OCD. I have often come across people who proudly state that…… Continue reading Maybe I just like things clean.
: (n) an instance of returning home. “So, where are you from?” Deep breath. Deep deliberation. And then I attempt to craft an answer that satisfies both the parts of the question – where I belong and where I was raised (since it is not the same place). My parents have government jobs and they had…… Continue reading Homecoming.
I grew up with three meals a day, a warm, cozy bed, a healthy home, surrounded by friends and family. Evenings were dedicated to playing hopscotch with my sister, bicycle races in the street and other games invented with the neighborhood kids. Summer vacations meant getaways with the family, exploring new cities and cultures. School…… Continue reading A different world.