Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Faceless Saldirgan - Review

To read the full review, click HERE.

Title: The Faceless Saldirgan
Author: Sahil Loomba
Publisher: Alchemy Publishers
Publication Year: 2015
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Genre: Mystery, Detective
No. of Pages: 199
Price: Rs 175
My Rating: 4/5

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Scribble It Black

scribble scribble scribble
and scribble it black
till the walls don't break
and the heart doesn't crack
noises in the corridor
piles dumped on the rack
I'm your nemesis
I shall surely come back

you've always feared
and worried by your fate
counting all the reasons
throwing wisdom out of the gate
and when finally you realize
it's already too late
you are your nemesis
responsible for this state

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Bag The Fashion Title With Baggout App

We all love to look good in whatever we wear. Along with that, we want to feel comfortable too. Our fashion sense exhibits our outlook towards life. There are times when we are not sure what type of clothes, fabric, colour and texture would suit us well. What if there was an app that could be an answer to all our fashion queries?

Baggout, the popular and rapidly growing lifestyle venture, presents its Android app which takes a small space in your mobile phone but provides a large variety of options. A user needs to login to access the app. He can either create an account or login using his Facebook or email id. It’s after this that the wide fashion world opens up to him, detailed yet in a systematic manner. There are several filter options for the users that help in deciding what type of fashion would cater to his needs. For a person, who likes to wear traditional, the options presented would be different than those who prefer formals and casuals. Similarly, the app takes into consideration the body type of the individual (this is one feature that I have never seen anywhere before, and scores high brownie points). The user also has the option to mention the style that he follows. Whether he has a trendy outlook, or is sporty in nature, or is classic, the app has several options in place for everyone.

For example, one can browse through pyjamas, joggers, denims and a wide array of other products in the home screen, based on his preferences. Not only are there products for men and women, but the app lists several items in the kids and home décor section as well, which is another plus. It also lists out the deals that are currently trending, and one can use them to get a higher gain in his buy.

This app isn’t just for hardcore fashionistas, but is also a great buying guide for all of us. After all, we all want to feel good in what we wear, isn’t it? The best thing about this app is that you wouldn't need any other shopping app if you have this one. This is like a directory that has data from all.

Download the app from the link below and rule the world with your fashion style.

Saturday, October 10, 2015


you were the rain
my company in awakened nights
hours stood still
wrongs never seemed so right

like all good things
alas, this too had to end
though I never wanted to
but the road ahead did bend

promises you made
were those just for show
why this delay
when you could've easily said no

This Poem is shared with

Wednesday, October 07, 2015


For some strange reasons, merry-go-rounds made me laugh. Was it the sensation of hitting the wind, or the aroma of the candy stall that stayed overcrowded all the time (and mind you I had no money to buy a candy), I know not.

But hey, don't go by the brackets. I ain't poor enough to ride on the merry-go-round.

It was my fifth ride today. My pockets empty, my hunger crazy, and yet I was laughing.

And I laughed. The wires snapped, my cart flew, and I laughed, high above the planes, soaring, laughing, falling.

My world stopped. I laughed.

This 100-words Micro-fiction is shared with Friday Fictioneers.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Home Run

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sweaty palms, tired feet
could victory be possible
batter sighs hopeless

all of a sudden
her smile among spectators
batter hits home run

This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem - Baseball.

Sunday, October 04, 2015

Friday, October 02, 2015

His Dreams Were Small

his dreams were small
he was scared of the fall
to be hurt so bad
by losing it all

his means were limited
the fields stagnated
year after year
his debts collaborated

he had mouths to feed
their hunger wasn't greed
burdened by fate
no ear to pay him heed

and then the sun rose
but his eyes were close
bidding a farewell
it was death that he chose

helpless and lonely when alive
in death, he was featured live
News channels and politics
this life was what he paid as bribe

the crops still weep blood
in famine, and in flood
but why do we care
we've learnt to ignore the failing bud

his dreams were small
he was scared of the fall
to be hurt so bad
by losing it all

This Poem is shared with

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Wrinkled Rose Petals

between the pages
she found moments wrapped in time
winkled rose petals

This Haiku is shared with Haiku Horizons - Between.