A Walk Through Memories (Part 6)

(<<< Part-5 || Part-7 >>>) The sea glows orange as the sun sinks into its depths, and I watch it from the edge of the beach, writing my name with a broken stick, and letting the waves run into me as they wash it away. Behind me, Aarthi and Vidya play hopscotch in the bungalow … Read moreA Walk Through Memories (Part 6)

A Walk Through Memories (Part 4)

(<<< Part-3 || Part-5 >>>) The pitter-patter of rain is music to my ears as I stir from my sleep. For a moment, I wonder where I am. I look around to see no one near me, and I panic. But the music drifts in through the window, and I feel at home once again, … Read moreA Walk Through Memories (Part 4)

A Walk Through Memories (Part 3)

(<<< Part-2 || Part-4 >>>) Not once, not twice or thrice, but seven times I sneezed as I entered my old bedroom. I walked to the window and pulled the curtains open. The sun, peeking out from the clouds for the first time since morning, cast its rays into the room and in its brightness, … Read moreA Walk Through Memories (Part 3)

A Walk Through Memories (Part 2)

(<<< Part-1 || Part-3 >>>) How wonderful it is that as some things change, others remain the same. This sunrise, golden through the heads of swaying coconut palms, is as picturesque as I remember it to be. The sky, blue like my daughter’s eyes, has but a few splashes of white. But I can see … Read moreA Walk Through Memories (Part 2)

Insomniac’s Meadow

how beautiful is this meadow, asleep in the arms of a breeze, the moonlight singing a berceuse only my ears strain to hear; ah, this insomniac wonders — could I sleep and miss these joys? Seven days, seven posts, that’s what the Write Tribe Festival of Words is about. Oh, and the theme is “Seven” … Read moreInsomniac’s Meadow

Sweet and Sour

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 41; the forty-first edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The theme for the month is “Sweet and Sour” inspiration once lost has been … Read moreSweet and Sour