The Literary Catalogue|C for Childhood

C for Childhood it was me who made you believe that the world was fair, and everyone was a friend i'm the time when life is full of colours and sorrows are just a myth when you believed that love was pure and completely unconditional, you were with me i shaped you into who you... Continue Reading →


The Literary Catalogue| B for Beauty

B for Beauty i'm a myth i don't have a form sometimes people change me into what they desire, but this isn't me i'm a myth i have no boundaries i could represent the fascinating night sky, or the snow capped mountains the color of your lover's chocolaty eyes, or the sun rays on a... Continue Reading →

The Literary Catalogue|A for Abandoned

A for Abandoned i'm never the best but never actually the worst good enough to be used for some time and then forgotten you'd associate me with horror and solitude with trepidation and desolation truth is i'm all haunted by the past lost in the present anxious about the future i'm alone

Quite Contrary

A/N Not my story. Credits to author. Not sure who that is They name her Mary when she is born. Mary means bitter. Her mother is plain and unlovely. She knows what the ugliness means. Ugliness is a mirror image of beauty Mary’s first word- a year old, from a face to puffy, eyes too... Continue Reading →

Traveler’s Tales| Homosexual Mermaids

Mermaids are definitely real. They have a strong relation with current social events. Patriarchy in the earlier society didn't allow women to go fight a war. Hence, several navy officer's were denied of the much needed sexual pleasure. Due to their immoral and unethical character, they started capturing young maidens of the sea for these... Continue Reading →

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