Tag Archive: story

Why Wendy Why (Peter Pan’s Song)

Hello, my lost girl, how have you been? I hope you haven’t forgotten the boy I still am– the first who loved you, the first you loved back, the boy who loves you… Continue reading

The Ghost of the Seventh Lamp Post

Once upon a time… (Yes, let’s start the story with that. Why not? All happy endings begin with once upon a time anyway.) Let’s do it again, shall we? So once upon a… 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

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

Silences

I have known three kinds of silences: There’s the kind that’s hardly noticed— quickly passing, and oblivious to its own existence. Perhaps when we were strangers, before we met, before we happened, our… 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

Moments of Impact

You have been deluded to believe that true love is this: Two fates intertwining and moving towards a single eternity. But maybe, just maybe, it can take this form: Two fates colliding then… Continue reading

The Man Who Has Loved

This is a poem– A poem without a rhyme– A poem about a man– About a man who has loved– Who has loved with all his heart. This is a story. Yes, a… 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

When Numb Met Love

  Today’s the big day. No more waiting. No more wasting time. You see, Love isn’t the best detective in town. I should have figured that out a long, long time ago. Unless… Continue reading