TPC Romance Fortnight Guest Post#12: Love Is The Way

Dear Readers, Today I bring you a thought-provoking satire by the accomplished writer and author, Mr Durga Prasad Dash, who blogs at Durga Dash Blog. Check out his Amazon Author profile here. His clever commentary that starts with lyrics of popular Bollywood songs will surely leave you thinking that poetry is dead, but this piece…

Rate this:

TPC Romance Week Post #8: The Watch I Lost

A gold encrusted watch I kept Tied onto my left wrist. A gift from me Pappy dear, The thought of losing it I couldn’t bear. Then one fine summer’s night While on a pot I sat, I turned my wrist and its clasp Flew open and plop it fell Into the murky waters of toilet…

Rate this:

Funny Quotes, Part 2

Dear Readers, In this post of mine, I had asked you to give me some feedback on what kind of content you would like to see on TPC. Thank you so much for being so helpful and so supportive of my work! I was overwhelmed to read your comments on how you like what I’m doing on…

Rate this:

Pincheliosclerosis – A Story

‘Mrs. Mehta!’ the buxom lady in the gaudy, hot pink chiffon sari lumbered over and engulfed Chiroo’s mother into a death-embrace. Chiroo was sure the bear hug must have given his mother a hernia. He could swear he heard a crunch where his Mother’s emaciated bones creaked with the enormous strain they were being subjected to.…

Rate this:

Ginger, Gingery and Gingerly

Gingerly is the Daily Word Prompt today. Gingerly…. I don’t get why gingerly means what gingerly means. This is what Cambridge Dictionary says it means – Gingerly – in a way that is careful or cautious But why? Ginger is ginger, as in this   Okay, also this   Not the girl, people, the color of her hair. Okay, some…

Rate this:

Thirty Seconds Tales #19: Just My Rotten Luck!

Perhaps the only time luck was on my side was when you waltzed into this tiny town. You were who I’d been looking for. The answer to my fervent prayers. The epitome of the gallant knight that every girl lost in her fantasies dreamed of. The panacea for my lonesome, paltry existence. But typical of…

Rate this: