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All literary works pierce the heart, these are those, which pierced deeper.

You

On your first breath, I heard you. It was a small something. Significant as a flake of snow among many. But its soft spiraling shadows in the gentle light did fall upon the windowsills of every heart. It was a... Continue Reading →

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The Tale of A-Merry-go land

Selected as the winner of 'Make Rostra Great Again!', a political satire writing competition in Rostra '18. This is the tale of A merry-go woodland, that lay somewhere beyond the valley of balance and Highlands of sanity. The usually mutually... Continue Reading →

Stolen Values

An intriguing story of a person’s life with values. Have you ever loved, or hated? Or have you experienced the two together? I've mostly found myself in the latter category. While most people adorn their wrists with bracelets and bangles,... Continue Reading →

An Enigmatic Voyage

Beyond the notion of infinite, Reciting the tales of Aphrodite. Deep into labyrinth of dreams, The Past where Grim Reaper screams. Into the cosmos and star dust, Wrapped up in love and lust. Truth where staggers and cries, The fire... Continue Reading →

An incomplete love story

He was reckless, a traveller of an endless journey. She- the synonym of serenity and tranquillity. She saw him and fell in love but never let him know Because she knew he craved for someone else. Like everybody else she... Continue Reading →

River

And the river flows, Unstoppable. Unwavering. Undaunted. Carving its way, Through the rough terrain. Making the mighty rocks, Crumble and humble Before the will of it. None can stand, None can challenge this invincible. Yet there stands a man, Fearless.... Continue Reading →

Remembering Sadaf Aunty

What was his name, your elder brother who shifted to Pakistan?”, I asked. I always keep forgetting his name. “Hasan Nawab. And the smaller one was Safdar Nawab.”, Sadaf aunty(my grandmother's friend) said. I nodded. She was telling me about... Continue Reading →

The face he wore

A sheet of rain swept across the grounds, Making that sweet musical sound, To which his lover used to serenade, Till the day when their love was to fade;   A distant breeze cackled in the trees; ‘Why on earth... Continue Reading →

Touch

He touched her perfectly carved body She held him tight when he kissed her lips A stunningly endowed girl, She could incarcerate anyone in the cage of her beauty, But it was she who was captive this time. She found... Continue Reading →

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