Hello friends, This is a short post to tell you that I have moved most of my content to a new fomain name: deepikapydatalli.com. You can find the same type of content like short stories, poems, articles and. Now recently, a book club. Here is a preview of my most recent post, a poem based … Continue reading I have a new domain name
You can read the whole poem here.
Hello friends, this is my 100th post! Yay! To celebrate this, I had previously asked my friends on social media, and on WordPress to send me word(s) or phrases for me to create something out of them. I have tried to incorporate the words you (they) sent me in the most beautiful way I can … Continue reading The Journey of Nostalgia (3)
Desolate, sad, dilapidated Ironclad and rusty Weeds growing Pebbles crunching Under the feet Railway tracks Mingling and intertwined Electrical lines Linked to poles Linearly and parallelly Covering distances Between star-crossed lovers Seeing each other Never really reaching each other Broken pieces Concrete and raw Canals and bridges Smothered with grime Flooding acrimoniously With sewage and … Continue reading The Journey of Nostalgia(2)
We texted We spoke The words we felt and held In our hearts and souls We kissed We told Our bodies and our hearts The sensations we felt The feelings we understood We travelled We explored Nature in its finesse The trees spoke My tresses flowed We ran We jumped Swooning under the moon Diving … Continue reading The Journey of Nostalgia (1)
This post is a summary of the 6 months of 2018. It is not just a way to say bye to those memories, but also to say thank you and let go of them smoothly!
This is the last part, part 3 of the series of poems called "Perfection".
This is part 2 of the series of poems called "Perfection".
This is part 1 of the series of poems called "Perfection".
This post is in response to the Week 12 - Masters of writing flash fiction contest. The word is 'smoke'. I hope you enjoy it! Relentless and determined, I ran up the hill, following the figure fleeing through the trees. The fleeting image of the most beautiful silhouette I had ever seen popped in my … Continue reading Stop and See!