True Confessions – Share Your World

A late post but would like to participate. So here goes, What was the very first popular song you ever remember taking a liking to?  I’m not talking about children’s songs or old traditional songs… but the kind of songs you’d hear on the radio.  I don't exactly remember the first popular song that I... Continue Reading →

Three Line Tales – Supernatural World

A euphoric entrance into the supernatural, who do you prefer? Nearly Headless Nick, Fat Friar, or Bloody Baron, Oh, you dare not miss Peeves, the Poltergeist arriving with noise and clutter. For Sonya Three Lines Prompt © 2021 Shreya Shah

The Door With The Red Paint

In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about an open door. It can be literal or metaphorical. What is behind the door? Who is seeking and why? As the writer, how will you manage the discovery? Go where the prompt leads! If you want to take part, here is the link: Carrot... Continue Reading →

Music – An Unsaid Emotion

"Where words leave off, music begins." - Heinrich Heine Music has always been an important part of my life, like an invisible friend who can understand my thoughts and feelings. I was introduced to it as a kid when I started learning how to play the harmonium and then after a few years the guitar.... Continue Reading →

The North Remembers

Today's word prompt: RDP Friday - Rain Although it is but natural to think about rainfall, listening to the raindrops, the smell of soil after rain, and the joy of getting wet, all I could think of was "The Rains of Castemere". that played in the background at "The Red Wedding" Recall anything? You guessed... Continue Reading →

A Treasure of Memories

99 Word Prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a hometown. It can be your hometown or a fictional one. Who is there? When is it set? What is happening? Go where the prompt leads! If you want to take part, here is the link: Carrot Ranch A Treasure of... Continue Reading →

The Road Not Taken

Poetry is when you let your emotions flow and discover your inner thoughts. The words that come out on paper then form "a poem." As a kid, I was not really fond of poetry and hated that subject in school. Maybe, because it was difficult then to understand the deep meaning behind each poetry. I... Continue Reading →

Quarantine Time

Break the chain! It had been only a month back when I was worrying over not getting enough time at home, time for myself and to try something new. Since then, world has changed upside down. We are struck with a virus - Covid 19 and have been confined to our homes in what is... Continue Reading →

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