Dear millennial mom, How hard you worked to get where you were But gave it up when you became a mother Following your own heart, you did so Let no one judge for they do not know C-Sec it was, no need to explain Or normal delivery with equal pain It was your… Read More Dear Millennial Mom
My dear friend Vartika is hosting a contest on her blog’s first anniversary. We have been asked to share a write-up about someone who is important for us. As I sat down to write, I tried to figure out the person I want to say some unsaid things to. I realised that I don’t… Read More Papa’s princesses forever and ever!
As a part of the #SiblingStories, I have written this poem. This is not just about my sibling but all those who mean as much to me – my cousins, friends like family and of course siblings in law! Relationship of a sibling to sibling Is a cocktail of love and quibbling Always there… Read More Siblings and Beyond (Poem)
All of us grow older and theoretically wiser. When we look back, we often think about “what if”. There are things, situations, reactions which if it had been different could have led to different outcomes. If you had a chance to go back to your younger self, is there any advice you have? I thought… Read More A poem to the younger me
Where’s the perfect child in this world? Every mother has him or her Why waste time wondering whether someone else is better Enjoy their babbles, the mess on the floor silly games and scribbles on the walls Answer their whys and Let them play with numerous falls These will forever be unique As they create… Read More Where’s the perfect child in this world?
Thirty two pieces and sixty four squares You can see it at play everywhere From politics to work and families or love Everyone wants to be the king above That’s the reason for the worlds strife Winning the game of pawns but forgetting life