Types Of People During Lockdown

Disclaimer- By reading this post, you are subject to certain risks. Any resemblance you may find to the characters mentioned are intentional, but meant for entertainment purposes only. Tread carefully, you might find your clone 😛


The eyes needed to adjust to the dullness of the dingy room. The single window in the corner was dusty and blocked most of the sunlight from entering. The hand searched the uneven, cold wall for a light switch and clicked it on. A pale white light washed over the clutter that was the room….

The Scream of Nature

“Water, water, everywhere, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.” ― Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The Rime of the Ancient mariner is the longest literary work of Coleridge.  Every verse in this lyrical ballad is beautiful for its transparency and the simple and strong message…

An Embrace You Can’t Forget

The sky rumbled and the clouds churned. Graying whites and darkening grays, they moved with urgency, steered by the unruly wind. The wind showed his power with every gust, making trees doubt their roots, and dry leaves flit across the air in a frenzy.  The birds flapped their wings with all their might and flew…

Sanctum Between Pages…

Some books you read, some books you enjoy, but some books just swallow up your heart and soul.

The Room

  The room was neat. Books were arranged in the order of their height. Old, new, worn out and some untouched. A bunch of papers were neatly stacked deliberately next to an ink pen. A journal with frayed edges lay majestically on top of the papers, despite its ancient look.


Dry leaves crunched below my feet. Crickets chirped from their invisible hiding places, breaking the otherwise silent ambience. Wisps of white flakey clouds were strewn across the glassy sky. The mighty orange ball was sinking slowly, casting warm yellow and pink hues against the blue. A hornbill fluttered to a nearby tree as I made…