I had to go to a government office today. The very thought of it had made me cringe. Sometimes the freelance life isn't so easy because one tends to have the luxury of not choosing to do something and blame it on laziness. It's tough to make up one's mind and really push hard to … Continue reading Government Offices
While I sat in the waiting line Outside the doctor's cabin, I could only laugh Thinking of the response I'd give the chemist. "How are you?" I'd ask him. "I'm fine, how are you?" He'd ask back, as a matter of courtesy. "Unfortunately, whenever I meet you, I'm not too well." And so it happened, … Continue reading Clinical Thoughts
Note: This is the first time I'm blogging through a phone! Mostly because I'm feeling extremely lazy to switch on my laptop. Which I realise has been a constant way of putting off writing until later. So let's see if touchscreen blogging is worth anything, and if it has any drastic effect on my *notification: … Continue reading Public space
A romantic poem about parents Is something I don’t want you to see As heaps of papers already exist, Forgotten, like they will one day be. I’m not going to write about the wonderful times they held our hands While we walk away from them today, having our own plans. We must in turn … Continue reading Parents: Unromanticised
I've titled this article The World of Paradox because first, paradox is one of my favourite words in the English language because it is so complicated in itself. We don't really know what the word means and how would a situation ideally be different from a paradoxical situation and would be termed as something "ironic".
That's what would appear on your screen when you collect the green mushroom in a game of Super Mario Bros. In other words, your character gains an extra life. Oddly enough, in real life, we do not get an extra life. We have just the one. Various people have tried to figure out what "life" … Continue reading 1UP (WIP)
Warning: Rant ahead. So while I was eagerly waiting for a text from someone, I stumbled upon a listicle that screamed right at me. "6 harsh truths that will make you a better person." That annoying inner-voice said but you ARE a good person, why read something like this? I didn't listen to it anyway and fortunately … Continue reading Write, write, and keep ranting!