Last Vacation Ever With Mom – Murree, 2010 (Pictures)

These pictures were taken during that trip, from a camera she had gifted me. Partly because photography seemed to take my mind away from the impending doom and partly because a part of me was still hopeful she’d live and we’d look back to these pictures and smile together. Soon after, she passed away (24th August, 2010) and I stopped taking pictures since my life had reduced to surviving every single breath. I had kept them in wraps since. Never showed them to anyone.

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These pictures were taken during that trip, from a camera she had gifted me. Partly because photography seemed to take my mind away from the impending doom and partly because a part of me was still hopeful she'd live and we'd look back to these pictures and smile together. Soon after, she passed away (24th August, 2010) and I stopped taking pictures since my life had reduced to surviving every single breath. I had kept them in wraps since. Never showed them to anyone.

My Writings: We’ve Been Through This – Fragments From My Past

BACKGROUND Please read this! Mum was getting treated in a city 6 hours away from where she/I, was born and brought up or where we had always lived. We ended up shifting our 'home' to this, other, city. Dad got his job transferred there, and got a house alloted at a beautiful place. Until then, [...]

New Series – Fragments From My Past 

Back in 2010, when my mother passed away due to cancer, I decided to start posting my poems and pieces online. Barely 5 percent of anything I wrote made it online, but that's still a lot.  Read more about my Mom here.. I made a Facebook page, specifically for sharing what I wrote but then changed [...]

Happy Mother’s Day and R.I.P. (The Hardest Post I’ve Ever Had To Write!)

Alright, then. It's finally time. I've NEVER spoken about my Mom on a public platform or for that matter, I don't even talk about her with my friends or my family, because talking or even thinking about her feels worse than dying on being stabbed with the sharpest knife a one thousand and ninety-nine times [...]

Breaking the stereotypes; The perfect girl (Women Empowerment)

The perfect girl, Laughs a little louder, Acts a little wild, Loves a little more. The perfect girl Taps her heels, Cries in glee, Waves a little longer. The perfect girl Has a crooked nose, A little broken heart, A little funny aura. The perfect girl Has the smallest eyes, Is not too fair, Is not too [...]

Snippets from my diary: So, how old am I?

I remember how back when i was a kid, being 20, was what I thought the oldest somebody could get. Now that I am 20 (and 14 days, for that matter), things haven’t changed a lot. In fact, nothing feels different. I mean, other than the fact I’m no more a teen (and of course, [...]