The Closeness with Lostness – A Memoir

The light's a dim yellow. Just the way you liked. I leave it that way. Each night. For seven hundred and thirty one nights. Exactly two years. I stare at the ceiling, and then some at the walls. They stare back. Blank. They're lost too. At times, they move. The window panes on the ceiling,... Continue Reading →

The other day, a dog by the street side kept staring at me.  First, I thought he was hungry. So I fed him. But even then he had that look about him; a quizzical, strange look. I couldn't name it. Was he trying to say something? I had read somewhere that your departed communicate with... Continue Reading →

Dear papa, You're gone a year today and you'll want to know this. I don't cry today. I don't look back. I don't ponder over the ifs and whys? I don't think it matters. I don't curse anyone. Nor do I regret life. But let me tell you this, I also feel I don't have... Continue Reading →

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