Crossroad of life By Dee Kay The cold winter breezes were sending chills down Rudra’s spine as he rode his bike on the freezing night. The roads were silent and mostly lifeless until his bike brought them to life with its noise. His face was going numb as […]
A story about a loving husband who is trying to fill the void left behind after his wife’s tragic death as he holds on to the to-do list she made for him. Click to read more.
I Too Had A Love Story By Dee Kay & Roy ‘Susan’ I read her name on facebook profile, one last time. I went through all of her photographs, one after the other, admiring her beautiful smile. Feeling happy to realize that in some of those photographs, […]
Title: the CALL… Genre: Fiction/Short-Story The cell phone vibrated in the middle of the night, flashing a blue light on its screen. A frosty sensation ran down her spine as she lay awake on the bed. The agitating thoughts were troubling her. She looked towards the clock and […]
A heartbroken father searching for an answer as to WHY his youngest son wants to join the army especially after his elder brother was killed in action. Click to read the whole story.
Dearest Love, I stared at those waves that rushed towards her…played with her feet…wetted her skin. The smiles…the happiness…the excitement…were as fresh as the early morning breeze. The world was reduced to the single vista of her playful and naughty tryst with the waves. She danced…jumped…dived into her […]
Lisa sat by the side of her lover in tears that kept wetting her soft cheeks. Her fingers entwined in his and her soft breaths onto his pale skin confirmed her presence. She could feel his slow palpitating heart, forcing his chest to rise and fall in tandem […]
Dedicated on this republic day to all the freedom fighters, all the brave soldiers and every person who loves his/her motherland Dee Kay , this post is to salute your love for the army and to thank you for spreading that love among us… The charpai creaked when […]
– Neel – It was a cool evening…a gush of wind brushed past us, heightening the fragrance of her expensive perfume…and carrying me away onto the waves of my thoughts…I sat there transfixed into her blue eyes when suddenly a voice nearby roared, “Mr. Neel…you haven’t answered even a […]
-Part 1- Ava I walked past the cafeteria, my heart thumping so loud as if it was the only audible thing that could ping my senses. My eyes scrupulously searched every possible nooks and corners of the café. The entrance was definitely a couple of steps away, but […]
“How many pillars of failures are necessary to support the success?” a 9 year old student of mine, popped up this question, while I was taking a class on the topic- “Failures are the pillars of success”. The whole class burst out in laughter at once but for […]