Life Happens on Streets

November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 21 Street There is a lot happening on streets. Oblivious to the rest of the world, the scripted and often unscripted play unfolds. And somewhere there is a person with a lens, probably a voyeur capturing that act , which is […]

Sun Lost A Battle.

Sun was fighting a losing battle today.He tried but the clouds were stronger and he couldn’t free himself from their hooded captivity. He was denied even a teeny glimpse of his ardent admirer who was waiting with the lens focused on him. Yet, he let me know that […]

Old Photographs

November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 20 Old More than anything else, the word old, reminds me of old photographs. A moment frozen in colour or sepia. A portal to travel back in time to that moment . Fragments of memories that we leave behind for our […]

Happy International Men’s Day

This post is for the good men in my life. Particularly to the one who changed my life. My family was statistically, a female dominated one; my Daddy being the only male member. Having a father who was conservative, protective and also who was a police officer; my […]

Soft- November Photo A Day

November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 18 The clouds looked like soft clumps of cotton. One would playfully nudge the other, inching away or closer, contorting into varied shapes. She rests upon her soft down the bud of spring, dreaming of leaves and fragrance within even as […]

Twenty Word Tuesday- Week 16

Twenty word story for Bulbul’s Prompt – Week 16 Craft 1.She thought, by changing lovers now and then, she would become adept at love, which for her was another craft. 2. He whittled away the piece of wood till he found its soul, delicate but not brittle. His […]

From Ordinary to Extraordinary

November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 17 Extraordinary What does it take to go from ordinary to extraordinary? It is that little “extra” something we have to do . We do not have to do extraordinary things to be extraordinary; it is enough that we do ordinary […]

Life – A celebration of Colours

November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 16 Monochromatic Which colour would you choose if your world would be monochromatic? Green? Red? Brown ? Leaving nature aside, how does your life turn from monochromatic gray to colourful hues? People? Experiences? I do associate people with colour. Some are […]

Why I Love Rick Riordan.

Trials of Apollo- the Tower of Nero was my weekend read. Five years and five quests later, Lester Papadopoulos has now finally reclaimed his glorious godly form as Apollo. Rick Riordan might have had middle schoolers in mind when he created his Percy Verse. But according to me, […]