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She has forgotten

She has forgotten what it is like to be kissed To be wanted by a man she loves Her parted lips only sing lullabies now.   She has forgotten the last time His touch made her moan She traces her own caramel skin With her fingers Only to find wreckages of the lost time Unwanted, […]

The Bloodmoon Does…

  Sometimes you put on kohl on your tired eyes For you still want to look beautiful when you cry Even the five cigarettes in a row doesn’t make sense Only the bloodmoon does Sometimes, the black coffee which sits next to you cold It feels like your blood Dark and soulless And you still […]

My darling, forgive me…

  My darling, forgive me I am sorry that I paint butterfly tattoos on your hand When I really should be filling in the colouring book with you I am sorry that I tell you rainbow coloured stories which are not true When I should really be reading out from a book Baby, I am […]

Silent Spider Silk

Writing on and off, and living life in the spaces in between.

Sweta Paul Vs The World

This world terrifies me. And at times, I break out in emotion, sarcasm and lame humour.


The Fantastic and Mundane Chronicles of an Aspiring Writer


Author of the 'Lauren's Story' about a teenage runaway who ends up sleeping rough.

Daily (w)rite

Author Site for Damyanti Biswas


This is the site about life, people, highs, lows and all those blows.


Diary of a VAGABOND

Surbhi Sarna

The Pursuit of Writing

My Petridish

Imagination is the fire of life...

Heartstring Eulogies

Conjured by Sarah Doughty

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

The Critiquing Chemist

Literary Analysis derived from an Analytical Chemist

The Cat's Write

Milly Schmidt

Preethi Prabhu

An Indian Home

Aarti V Raman

Where Writer Gal talks about books, movies, hot men, TV shows, random poetry and why she cannot absolutely go on hikes longer than three kilometers.