Like a Raconteur, I was belittled and baffled by my misfortunes to my demons hurling and gazing at my foregoes every damn time. I burnt like an anthracite. Slowly and intensely. “What are you waiting for? Come with us“, they asked in a thunderous disturbance. “Death”, I uttered in a ruptured voice. And I could … More Feels of My Demons
“If you don’t know what’s right, you have no right to say what’s wrong.” Dad marked me with these words when I was to leave my hometown for the first time, for further studies. “You are not a kid anymore. You have responsibilities of late as of now.”, he prompted. My mind was still stuck … More Sometimes Love Is Not Enough: #1. Dad, you know I love you.