A single sock.

As I was, cleaning my closet. I came across an isolated sock tucked away in the corner between the shrivelled creases of my trousers. I pulled it out and wondered whether it’s mine or not. Don’t know, but this is the first thing I wonder in these circumstances. As soon as I reached to the…

A letter to my younger self.

Hey Buddy,                          It’s you only 10 years down the line. I know you are worried all the time that, how will everything unfold eventually. It’s okay to feel that way. Just stop beating yourself up for the most trivial of stuff, is all I want to say. The “things” which fences your consciousness right now,…

Swim away…

Looking for a meaning, I plod through my thought- clutter. I get hold of some pieces and try to make something meaningful out of it. But… It looks different from what I actually saw. My thought canvas is marred by some abberant strokes, so much so, that I do not get transported to the moment,…

Reading Experience # 2

The Unsafe Asylum – Anirudh Kala It’s a story describing the impact of India-Pakistan partition on the psyche of common masses, driving some of them into madness or psychosis while others who were already susceptible to this menace succumbed in the worst possible way. The narrative takes the help of a fictional psychiatrist Dr Prakash…

Reading Experience # 1

The Perks of being a Wallflower– By Stephen Chobsky It’s an epistolary. A series of letters by a middle school boy, who explicitly yet in a confused manner chronicles his daily ups and downs in dealing with his own emotions. He explains and elaborates on his relationship with his other friends, Sam, Patrick, Bill, Brad,…