Tag Archive: fiction

Yellow Daydreams

Unlike everyone else who spends summers in beaches, I use the 40 degrees Celsius days drowning in the cold and dark abyss that is my own stream of consciousness. My mind is a generator… Continue reading

Looking for Magic

The six-year old me used to believe that somewhere in the middle of every busy city, well-hidden in crowded places and noisy streets, there were secret portals leading to magical worlds. I often… Continue reading

An Apology to Both of Us

To this day, the mere mention of your name still turns my stomach upside down. But it has gotten much worse over the last five years, it’s as if the butterflies have somehow… Continue reading

How He Loved Her

He looked at her as if she was his favorite painting in the museum. No, that would be an understatement. He looked at her as if she was the only piece of art… Continue reading

Fraction

“Let’s not be each other’s better halves. You be whole for you and I’d be whole for me.” I should have realized by then that your words were a caution sign telling me… Continue reading

When Time Plays Along

Maybe in another universe you found me not a minute too early, and I loved you not a second too late. But all we know is here and now. Somewhere among the galaxies and… Continue reading

A Villain’s Letter to the Hero’s Lady

  I want to be the one who saves you— the one who comes to the rescue when you cry for help, the one who chases and kicks out all the bad guys… Continue reading

Shifting Worlds

One moment, I was hanging by the thread of hope. The next moment, I find myself falling, F A L L I N G in a cold, dark abyss. The pull of gravity… Continue reading

Could Have Been

The bride fixated her eyes on her groom. Her escort, a good friend of hers, stood right beside her at the back of the entourage. He leaned towards her and jokingly whispered, “It… Continue reading

Three Truths

We found each other– I found you and you found me. Though we found each other, we can never find us. We found each other because we needed to find each other and… Continue reading

Dear Mr. Madhatter

Dear Mr. Madhatter, I would like to believe that this open letter would get to you. I would like to think that in a parallel universe, you exist and will continue to exist… Continue reading

Why Writing Drives the Writer Insane

Writers do not really know what to write about. When we feel like we have to write, we just write even if we have no freaking idea what we like to write about.… Continue reading