Half the child I used to be


There was a time in our life when anything was possible, when we young we were little bits of everything, we were poets; we were dancers; we were musicians; we were explorers but now I wonder growing up is the process of giving it up one by one. The whole world was nowhere but around the place we live and in the proximity of our friends. The destiny was never in the future but always lied in our tiny hands and yet how ignorant were we.

We depended on our parents for everything we wanted; we observed them day and night thinking that it was normal. In our small little world our thought were limitless; our discoveries were unmatchable; our explorations were beyond awe; rain was music to our ears but this was not the reality as we were told innumerably. That magnificent looking tree was nothing but wood; a sunset was nothing but 6 in the evening; stars was nothing but burning mass and many countless little things we don’t even remember now.

The reality took the meaning of being a child from the childhood and slowly and steadily we grew in the same reality field that our parents, teachers put us into years ago and I will not blame them for it probably they may have seen enough in their life to waste time in being a child.

Still I look back and think of all the things I would have done; all the things I would have explored if this reality word had come later. And I know that the best and most wonderful things that happened in my life is because of this thirst of wonder.

Try to live as you want than you should.

Image: (C) Gavin



Love through Liebster Award


A big thanks to Lauren @ TheFloralBunny (catch her at http://thefloralbunny.wordpress.com/2014/04/20/the-liebster-award/) for this pleasant surprise and giving me your love through Liebster Award. I am really happy that you acknowledge and appreciate my work. “Liebe” in German means “love” and Liebster means a “loved one”, and that is what the Liebster Award is all about!

What is the Liebster Award? 

The Liebster Award is an award for new bloggers with less than 200-1000 followers, given by other new bloggers. It’s a way to recognize other new blogs in the community and, in turn, keep spreading the love. I’d never heard of it until I was nominated, and I think it’s a really great idea! Rules for the Liebster Award:

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you.
  • Answer the 5-10 questions given to you.
  • Nominate 5-11 other blogs with less than 200-1000 followers.
  • Post 5-10 questions for your nominees to answer.
  • Tag your nominees and post a comment on their blog to let them know you nominated them.

About the Blog that Nominated Namesake:

TheFloralbunny which you can check here: TheFloralbunny who has nominated me for this wonderful award is full of creative, pleasant and wonderful blogs. From her posts about the journey through high school, living and learning; A great and growing blog with full of surprises.

The Blogs I am excited to nominate:

I am excited to be nominating you for the Liebster award since you continue to inspire me with the work you produce. I am taking this as an opportunity to show you that you are appreciated for it. With that said, I fully respect your entitlement not to accept the award, (if you chose not). If you don’t wish to accept, for any reason, simply do so by ignoring, I will not take it personally in any way. If you do accept just follow the rules above and share the love.

Also please know that if your name is not here, (and you would have liked to be nominated) then it does not mean I don’t appreciate your blog, it simply means I am committed to making humanly oversights. In short, My Bad! Continue your good work and press-on to pursuing your creative interests!


The 10 Questions I was given to Answer (with my answers):

I tried to answer these questions promptly.

  1. If you could go to one place in the world, where would it be and why?

Nature remains an intrinsic part in my life, consciously and subconsciously filling up my mind with       the aesthetic aspects of things. So I would like to be in a place which shares proximity with mountains.

  1. What was your favorite toy as a child? Why did you like it so much?

Well I really don’t even remember that I ever played with toys, I have no idea about this one.

  1. What is your dream job/profession and why?

I don’t have a dream job because I believe if I am excited to reach office every day and feel satisfied at the end I completes the purpose for me.

  1. Who is your favorite actor/actress? What is your favorite movie that they have acted in?

Leonardo Dicaprio and Russell Crowe for all their films; Amir Khan for Taare zameen pe.

  1. What is your favorite book of all time? Why is it your favorite?

None as of now, eagerly reading novels to find one.

  1. Which type of chocolate is the best- white, milk, or dark?

Dark chocolate any day.

  1. If you could meet anyone (alive, dead, whatever), who would you meet and why?

Kurt Cobain from Nirvana.

  1. If you could guest star in any TV show, which one would you want to be on? What would you want your role to be?

I can’t think of any show.

  1. What was the first pet you ever had, and what were they like?

Never had one but I would like to have a Labradore dog

10. What is your favorite song of the moment?

Bell Bottom Blues by Eric Clapton, Eclipse by Pink Floyd, A little love by Bryan Adams. I‘ll stop because there are plenty stuck in my mind.

Questions for Those I Nominated:

  1. If you could go to one place in the world, where would it be and why?
  2. What things you want to do if it was your last day on earth?
  3. What if you have a magic wand, would you like to go in the past or in future?
  4. If you had to live in a decade other than the current one, which would you choose?
  5. What is your favorite song of the moment?
  6. If you could meet anyone (alive, dead, whatever), who would you meet and why?
  7. Idea of vacation for you?

I am mine || poetry #1

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I stand alone
I got people beside me
I am different
Many people do think like me
I will make my way
To rule one more day.

Pretend, it makes me happy
I will not change any directions
I will not change my mind
But I will be a better person
I am mine.

I scream till I lose my breath
Go around the world
Show me some happiness so I can distribute
In a box, so fragile

But how much difference will it make?

Image: (C) Gavin



Time Flies


I vividly remembers the time when I and my cousin and my parents and his parents and some guests visited his farmhouse. It was a jovial get together and an opportunity laid in front of us to know more about each other. I was in school and he was about to go to college. The trip ended soon and we did enjoy that trip to his farmhouse but individually, however just to please each other we agreed to come for a trek after a few months. Now 8 years have gone by and we hardly talked (forget about the trek we planned).”  

We all come across situations in life where we usually take our closest friends, people we love, our relatives for granted. It is usually not that we do not care for them but we hardly take time to show our care towards them. I am starting to realize the importance of people and family in one’s life because someone aptly said “When you grow older you remember the people you knew when you were younger”.

Nothing matters more in life than to know that someone cares for you; loves you and sometimes in order to make them feel this way one has to show that care. Just knowing that life is short and I need to live every moment with thrill and pleasure, it gives me enough courage to step out of my comfort and do the things that matters most.

Hope you live the life you are proud of; hope you feel the things you never felt before; hope you make the most of your time.

Image: (C) Gavin

I wish you were not dead || fifty-word stories #2


She was playing alone on a vibrant autumn afternoon beside the swing where she saw him last. He came from behind unnoticed. She grinned; he chuckled; both looked happy. She knew exactly why he had come to her. They strolled and lastly she said “I wish you were not dead”.

Here is my fifty-word story. Not five thousand, not five hundred, but precisely fifty words.

Image: (c) Theresa Wolfe

In the dark || fifty-word stories #1


He was strolling in the darkest autumn night; surrounded by mature deodar trees and winds gushing through the streets. He never experienced his heart pound with such heavy bursts. Heavy breathing clearly evident from a distance. His mind unable to comprehend the situation. A soft voice exclaims “It is Fear”.

Here is my fifty-word story. Not five thousand, not five hundred, but precisely fifty words.  http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/writing-challenge-fifty/