As I sit in the diversity of human thought and action I realize that in this garden of thought, every flower differs. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it but it felt as if I was supposed to be like the people around me or to act like them, think like them and rise […]Read More The Odd One Out.
We all live a life of grief, But there are a few who win the race. All the colors, the jewels, and the crescent moons, We are the ones, who let them shine, Not with their light but with our darkness. We let people talk, Just so we can listen. To all the nonsense they […]Read More “A Life Given” by Imaan Siddiq
On that Holy day of no date, Three Specters met on the Land of Arcady. Two in irony and one invisible. However none of them were who they claimed to be. Their sum was anonymous, For they were missing their third share. Nonetheless, irony does not wait for sarcasm. And so who could halt […]Read More “The Specters of Time” by Imaan Siddiq
From the beginning to the end of our existence we all wish for something to happen or something to fulfill either our dreams, passions or ambitions. We have this list of things that mean the world to us if they would happen in our lifetime. This list varies from person to person obviously since every […]Read More The Reason Why I Keep a Bucket List
I see from the corner of my eyes the drops of water dripping into the basin. I now wonder whether those are just drops of water or my tears and I instantly rinse my face multiple times. I keep on rinsing and looking into the unclear bathroom mirror my scarred, pale face with reddened eyes […]Read More Who We Are.
In this world of diversity and a plethora of human mass, we drift hither and thither looking for a change. A change in our own lives, in our surroundings, in the people that we look out for and in the things we seek for. Change is a necessity for the human body and the mind […]Read More “The Keeper of Lost Things” by Ruth Hogan