My dream house

Hello friend, I am sure you have a dream house, maybe you seek it or are already living in it. These are my perceptions of a dream house. Surroundings: It was a marvellous road binding itself towards paradise. A tranquil meadow had lavish lavenders burgeoning with enthusiasm. The only sounds were that of the pleasant … Read more

A Scary Subway Ride

The cobblestone terminal was freezing cold, it was like I was going to shiver to death. The unfortunate homeless were scattered here and there. The train came dashing throught like an iron monster. The doors opened unwillingly, leading a broken dam of movement into the terminal. I climbed in, with uncomfort. The train wasn’t mean … Read more

A Crowded Market

The market was a sea of movement and entering it felt like putting my life at stake. It was a stampede of infuriated mindless monkeys! Colorful tables scattered here and there. A tent sheltering each of them. The occupied vendors in the tents were busy debating with their customers like it was the war of … Read more

The City Street at Night

Have you ever thought about the city street at night, how the tumult dies and the real beauty of the city awakens. These are my observations and perceptions of the city street at night. The leaves gently rustled in the soft breeze that swept them on its track. An owl seated above on one of … Read more

A candy store

Hello friends, have you ever wondered on what your favourite store may be. Mine is surely the candy shop. This is how I would describe my favourite store. The glass door pushed open and a delicate small brass bell tinkled with a delightful tune. The Persian carpeted flooring excluded an air of comfort and royalty. … Read more

On an Island

From afar the island was an emerald green chunk of land. My first step left a cold hard imprint in the floury wet carob sand. The waves had soaked the sand. Looking around, this island was a heavenly paradise. A thousand different species of plants and birds gave the already beautiful place a magical feel. … Read more