28 November 2015 Saturday It was just when I thought that our wandering days were over, and the house had started to feel like a place we could call home. Even though ammi was still missing and it had been a week since they said it’ll take forty two hours to locate her. I was … Continue reading The diary entry of a refugee
In a manner similar to how I start reading most books, (snatching them from my friends when they’re in the midst of reading it) I finally found a book that had me engrossed in it from the first to the last page. “It’s not what you take, it’s what you leave.” The book is written … Continue reading All the bright places: A Book Review
“Let me ask you something. Do you think there’s such a thing as a perfect day?” “What?” “A perfect day. Start to finish. When nothing terrible or sad or ordinary happens. Do you think it’s possible?” “I don’t know.” “Have you ever had one?” “No.” “I’ve never had one either, but I’m looking for it.” … Continue reading Before I die I want to______.
I have been fairly irritated the past few days and it has surprisingly made me see everything in a different light. I have started to dislike the people I once adored and spent a majority of my day with. Today, when I look at my so -called “best friends”, I don’t see a bubbly girl … Continue reading Vexation taking a toll
So I recently got my hands on the very popular “Catcher in the rye” by J.D Salinger. The book mainly revolves around the messed up life of a teenager named Holden Caufeild. To make an initial note, the language of the book is slightly more informal than I’d like it to be, however it fits … Continue reading Catcher in the Rye: A book review (of sorts)
Dear batch of 2016, I seem to fail at finding the words to unfold this letter. However, some of you have truly touched my heart simply by being yourselves, and so I feel it is important to me to let you know of your significance in my life. It feels like the world is playing … Continue reading A letter to all my seniors
Fellow suffering human, I know you’re going through a hard time, and I’m more than aware that telling you it gets better with time won’t change the pain that the present bears. I realize it’s easier said than done but I ask of you to not let this world make you bitter, not let the … Continue reading To anyone facing life’s bullshit,