In her shoes

Imagine of three kids, fatherless, an all-time working mother, who has seen it wise to hook herself with a jobless man as a husband, but lives miles away. The eldest ten years old, followed by a boy, seven years and a little kid two years. All day long they’re alone. The girl, has to start … Continue reading In her shoes

A Quarantine Day Bliss

Your phone is on the floor. Apparently, it fell fifteen minutes past midnight when you dozed off. You’re yet to know whether, still you can speak, but you’ve opened the ‘GreenApp’. You have twenty-three unread messages; one from someone you consider dear to you. At the thought of constructing a message to beg for forgiveness … Continue reading A Quarantine Day Bliss