Musings of a lonely woman in a shackled relationship.
12-year-old Sara was curled up in a fetal position on her bed. Her hands were trembling as she drew the blanket over her head, the bed was shaking as she trembled like a leaf in a storm. Just outside her room, she could hear her father growling and her mother screaming back. Pots and pans came crashing down. The sounds of furniture being pushed around were getting louder even as her heart threatened to explode.
Read on to know what happened next…
This poem won the Spoken Word Contest by BlogChatter in August 2021.
So many thoughts flooded my mind while writing this poem. Coronavirus has shown us an entirely new way to live life. Death, disease and destruction became gruesome part of life and we talked about it as if it’s a normal occurrence. People became a mere statistic.
The beautiful, haughty Jasmine treated her simple-looking sister, Bhagwati as a trusted lieutenant. Things took a turn for the worse when Jasmine accused Bhagwati of the heinous crime she never committed. How far can sibling rivalry go?
A typewriter has been lying in a drawer for the past two years. Its old and rusted. It has finally decided to narrate its story to the world. Read on to know what he wants to say. This fascinating story will take you through the spider web human relationships and leave you wondering why human beings behave the way they do.