She was the odd one out everywhere. Till she found a kingdom full of others like her. She wasn't alone, but just another Thumbelina.
Sometimes, distance is good. It can bring people closer. Closer than they were When they could actually Feel one another. Sometimes, distance is good. It can make the other side look greener. Greener than it ever seemed When they were together On one side. Sometimes, distance is good. It can help take a breather. Better [...]
Dark, pitch dark All around, With nothing to be seen, With nothing to go by. Where then, is the light They say would guide you? Dark, pitch dark All inside, With no clue, With no direction. Where then, is the light They say would guide you? Dark, pitch dark Is the colour of the season. [...]
Beautiful diamonds we all are, Having the power To amaze and cheer. But wait! How to do it with a sad face? So tell me, where's your sparkle? Strong diamonds we all are, Unbreakable under pressure, Inspiring with our struggle. But wait! How to do it with a tear? So tell me, where's your sparkle? [...]
Twinkle, twinkle, they go In a dark expanse. Evoking awe, they go On a faraway land. Wink, wink, they go Looking down at me. Speaking silently, It will all be alright.
Countless pieces now remain Of what was once one. Yes, broken is what I am. So is this it? It could be the end. For everything points so. Both those on this side And the opposite one. To break they might get But to remain broken Is what I get To choose or not. Yes, [...]
As Katherine walked out of office that day, she couldn't feel more sorry for herself. She had no idea what she was doing at work except the fact that it would lead her nowhere. She had no love life. She had started to feel that she was going down with a cough. There was nothing [...]
Trust me, no one can know better than me how extremely exhausting it can be to wait. And wait. And wait. It not only drains one out of positivity but also starts piling up within a person the humongous feeling of failure. It eats away at the person's real personality and leaves in its place [...]
"Why me?" We often ask. Because only we could do it. Because it was only our blessing. "Why now?" We often wonder. Because only then it adds up on time. Because it's timed only for us. "Why this?" We often moan. Because it will eventually make us happy. Because everything is for a reason.
We often complain that others, especially those we are close to, are not supportive enough for us. At times, we are plain mad about it. At other times, we are too hurt to say anything. But that is how "others" will always be! Either too busy or too difficult or too indifferent and so on. [...]