Sunday, 9 July 2017

Not Everyone Matters, Make Peace.

                                     After all these years and all this time, I've learnt that it doesn't matter if whole of the world isn't happy with you. It doesn't matter if everyone doesn't appreciate or respect. It's okay to leave those faces unhappy. Because the people who love you for who you are wouldn't need explanations. The people who are truly yours will not need clarifications. They will not doubt your actions for even a second. They know you, they know who you are and what you did. Even if somethings don't turn out the way they expected to, they will not need a single word to believe that all your intentions and all your efforts were right. The people who love you truly and fiercely, will always stand by you, even when you don't expect them to.
                        The rest of the world can go and create unnecessary dramas. I've learnt that the hard way. I've learnt that it's not necessary to roam around people who have their egos on the highest shelf. It's okay to not try hard to make everyone like you. It's okay to leave the frowning faces exactly like they are and move about with your own life. You were only put on earth to please God the Almighty and not people, whose only job is to judge you from far away and label you some names.

 You deserve peace. Learn to make peace.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Do You Dare

Do you dare, counting the stars,
While all you do is look at the moon?
Do you dare to crack open a smile,
While all you want to do is frown?
Do you dare to look at the glory,
While all you watch is a mess?
Do you dare to look at the change?
While all you see is consistency?
Do you dare to feel the warmth,
While all you do is curse the sun?
Do you dare to feel the magic,
While all you do is pass the minutes?
Do you dare?
No, you don't.
Because you're frightened of beauty.
You're frightened of the strengths.
But may be one day.
You'll look past your fears. 

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Men Being Equal to Women

                                       The day men learn women do not dream equality, will be the day a lot of things will sort themselves out. You see the problem here is, the egos of men, their pride, makes them think the women are trying to compete with them to be equal to them. Where as, woman, they just strive and struggle to be where they deserve to be. A place they could own with pride, understood and cared for. No smart woman wants to be equal to man.
                                     We know, who we are and where we stand, least it's not equal to man. We give you generations, we look after your children, we teach them life, more over, we look after you, that my fellows is far away from being 'equal' to you.
                                      Equal? No. Because two entirely different bodies made from entirely different substances can not be compared, hence, no question of being equal or not.
                                       You go glorifying man-hood with pain, they go glorifying themselves with love. You still don't understand: No equality needed.
                                        Men, made from blood and gore and women made from emotion. They're two different creatures. Women don't want to be equal to men, they just want to be beside men doing their own job, with pride, courage and dignity.
                                          I don't know from where does this question of women being equal to men came from, but this is utter non-sense. Men build houses and women make it home. Men give cash and women turn it into food. Men give emotions even they themselves don't understand, women turn it into love.
                                        So all you glorious men, next time someone tries to kill your man-pride by comparing two creatures, tell them: We're Incomparable!

Wednesday, 2 November 2016


Don't you listen to them darlin'
Don't you care,
Because all those voices,
All those noises,
They're scared of you,
Chanting so loud but,
They're scared of you,
Scared of how you get right back up,
Scared of how calmly you deal with it,
Scared of how gracefully you handle their mess,
Scared of what happened was the total opposite of what they thought,
Scared that they couldn't take over you,
Scared of your beautiful strengths,
Scared of your heroic courage,
Scared that you rose above all,
And you, Oh You!
You are amazing,
A wonderful riddle,
A mesmerizing sight,
A precious piece of nature's art,
A striking strength,
You are perfect,
Do you hear that,
You are perfect, just the way you are!

Thursday, 13 October 2016

A Glimpse Through Momhood

                                    As I look back on my life, I see how quickly time changed and it changed me, with it. I remember once, time was all mine. Now, I run after it like a maniac and it still slips out of my hands so fast. Once I was a little girl, so care-free.Now I am a mother of a little girl myself. Responsibilities lie over my shoulder and it gets heavier each day. A new task, a new errand, a new milestone awaits as I wake up each day.
                                    Life after marriage and motherhood drastically changed me. It challenged me. I had to embrace everything along, with open mind and heart.
                                     It isn't so bad, but it is no doubt pretty tough. It is tough when people look up to you for their needs. All of a sudden, sometimes, it hits you, you have to be there, even when on some days, you don't want to be. You have to, for your people, you have to.
                                     Now, when I remember old times what I miss is the calmness I once had in my heart. I don't really have the same feeling anymore. My soul was calm, subtle. I had time. I had freedom. Now, I wait for the end of the day to have 5 minutes for myself as I lie on my bed.
                                      But this is life. This is how it gets along. My mum would have done the same and my daughter will do that too. This is how it works. Everything has it's perks. I enjoy little moments of serenity as I hug my little one close to my chest. I love it when she has that one particular look on her face that no one else gets. I get glimpses of love in her eyes. I didn't really understand love before I met my precious little daughter.
                                     Life is tough, quick and wonderful. I couldn't have known a better mum, husband or a better daughter. I wouldn't have it any other way!

Teach Me

Lead me to your dreams,
Your bliss in the beautiful place,
Your treats of wonderlust,
Your astounding world of harmony,
Take me then to the secret chamber,
Teach me how to do it,
How to forget all the miseries,
How to control my mind,
How to go,
How to move,
To your amazing tomorrow-land!

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

From A Mother, To Another!

With all it's beginings,
Life began,
After so many years,
Life began,
So many firsts,
So many lasts,
Life began,
Time is precious,
Time is fast,
This will all go by,
before I know,
Then I'll remember, years ago,
Life Began,
I'll remember all the firsts,
I'll remember all the lasts,
I'll remember the journey,
and all it's days,
When times were tough,
When times didn't move,
When times were happy,
On a roller coaster ride,
And I'll say to myself,
Oh how beautifully,
My life began!

                       This ladies and gentlemen, is a small way of announcing that my journey as mother began about 6 months ago and really, life began, when I welcomed my precious little daughter in this world!

                      The journey from a woman to a mother changed me 360°. Little did I know, I'll not only fall in love with my daughter all that much but I'll love my own mum like I've never loved before.

                       To my mum I'd say, Thankyou Ammi! Thank you for raising me the right way despite of all that you went through! Times had been tough, You and I both suffered, we went through so much, but in the end, storms passed, skies cleared, rainbow did shine down on us!
                      Soon after, we lost our hero, but I because of you and you because of me, stood firm and cleared the test. Because of you, I am here. I couldnt have done that without you.
                      Thank you Ammi, for raising me the way I'd want to raise my daughter. You set the standards, You built the foundations. You made it easier, happier. I've never seen a woman as strong as you! Thank You Ammi, for all the love. Thank You Ammi, for being my rock, even now!

                       And as I cry, typing all of this, I am sure my siblings feel the same way! Ammi, we're all humble and Thankful to you for all the struggles you went through with raising us and making us who we are today! We love you to the moon and back!