The Wedding Album( 1 min read)

'He's no more, Akangsha' - the words echoed in my ears again and again, my head spun; I looked around for a place to sit but my sight started getting blurred. I stretched my hand out and opened my mouth, but I collapsed onto the ground. 'Are you okay now?' - the words suddenly hit [...]

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Letter to my killer( <1 min read)

It wasn't me whom you murdered. Mrs. Roy - became her identity. 'Just a housewife' - they'd described her. 'You'd better stay at home' - she'd agreed. 'Your father should've offered our son a car or a new flat' - said her in-laws. She'd swallowed back the humiliation. She'd thought love was incomplete without compromises.  [...]

Let’s confess( 2 min read)

'It's still raining hard outside...,' Rishi closed the window shutters and turned to me.I rolled my eyes and heaved a deep sigh; 'this is the last time we're meeting before...,' he stopped.I wasn't paying attention to him. The ongoing thunderstorm worried me, I'll miss the bus, I stole a quick glance at my wristwatch.He continued, 'let's [...]

Remember this ring??( <1 min read)

'Will you spend the rest of your life with me...', was his exact words; pulling on the brake, he got off his bicycle, bent his knees and held out a ring. ******************************************************** 'You're listening, right...', he asks impatiently, bringing me back to the present. Nodding silently, I take the divorce papers from his hand; the [...]

Wrong mates( 1 min read)

'Can we talk - ' Rishav's voice choked up as Nisha turned around, reminding him of the first time they'd met in college; it hadn't taken him long to realize that it was love at first sight. It'd taken a little longer, however, for Nisha to realize her feelings for him but once she did, [...]

May I hold your hand again?

"I didn't expect to see you here." I sat beside him. He nodded silently. "He wanted to stay with me...remember?" Words stuck in my throat. He took a deep breath - "...she doesn't come to meet me." I turned my face away to wipe a teardrop from the corner of my eye before it could fall; I [...]