Fear and Courage

Franklin D Roosevelt once said: “Courage is not the absence of fear, but the assessment that something else is more important than fear.” We all fear something or the other. In fact, if a person tells you he fears nothing, he is afraid of the truth. But does that fear make you a coward? DefinitelyContinue reading “Fear and Courage”

Poem: A Winter Evening

This was the first poem I published on this blog. I wrote it over 4 years back, when I was just 10, and haven’t written anything new recently, so thought of reposting it. Looking back, I wouldn’t call it a good poem, but since this was where it all started, there seems no harm inContinue reading “Poem: A Winter Evening”

Sapphire: Chapter 2

If you haven’t read it already, you can find Chapter 1 here. Now, the story: Akshat and Raghav arrived at Mr. Gupta’s house, and knocked at the front door. No one answered. They knocked again, but to no avail. Just as they were about to leave, the gate of the house next door opened, andContinue reading “Sapphire: Chapter 2”

Sapphire: Chapter 1

Akshat had always felt that Mr. Gupta was a rather strange person. They had been neighbours for years, but Akshat still didn’t know his first name. Not that he hadn’t tried to find out. He would often come across him on the street, but before he could say anything, Mr. Gupta would hurry off. HeContinue reading “Sapphire: Chapter 1”

Create your website at WordPress.com
Get started