This is in memory and respect of India’s Missile Man – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
A Great Scientist, The Most Loved President and an Inspiration to a Billion Indians.
Rest in Peace, Dr. Kalam.
The Words that You Said,
The Roots that You Laid,
The things that You Did,
The way that you Led,
It will All remain
Close to a Billion Hearts.
In the Best of the Forms,
In the Brightest of the Parts.
Continue reading “The Missile Man”
Jill: You know, I wanted to become a pilot when I was a little girl.
Jack: I know.
Jack: But you are a pilot. My pilot.
Jill: What do you mean?
Jack: Kiss me.
Jack: Kiss me. *closes eyes*
Jill: *kisses on his lips*
Jack: Wow. See? I told you. You are my pilot.
Jack: You make me Fly. High.
This is the 100th post on my blog and it had to be Special. And so, it is!
This is dedicated to the sparkle of my eyes, my thirty months old daughter, Vaanshi.
When I come back from work, and you rush to me to give me, I mean give my knees, a hug… You Twinkle in My Eyes.
When at bedtime, you cook a story with me and make elephants fly, squirrels sing and donkeys dance… You Twinkle in My Eyes.
When you don’t get your new shoes off even when you go to bed… You Twinkle in My Eyes.
When you negotiate with kisses all over my face for me to let you play in the sand pit for a little more… You Twinkle in My Eyes. Continue reading “Twinkle in My Eyes”
I heard the door unlocking; it was the time to switch to plan B. I rushed to hide inside the bathroom.
Piercing through the silence of a winter night, I heard rapid footsteps approaching me. My heart popped up to my mouth. Continue reading “Tunnel”