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One can classify

dreams into a variety

of different types


Dreams can take us to

places we have never ever

thought of exploring

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Alleys of Kaleiçi, the historic city center of Antalya, Turkey

I will pursue my

dreams again of visiting

a lot many places


I will go around

again exploring places and

various cultures


I will wander in

those alleys again trying to

find lost history


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Dreams in his eyes

Dreams in his eyes

Despite seeing a coating of slime on the

rock, he decided to sit and as he looked out

to the sea, all he could think of was the day

he had come to the city with a lot of

hopes and dreams in his eyes, though his knowledge

about the big bad world out there had been zilch.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Zilch, Fandango One Word Challenge: Slime and Pegman Prompts: Oman

Is there any point of dreaming?

Is there any point of dreaming?

A million dreams

lay hopelessly crushed.

Linking to Debbie’s Six Word Saturday & Saturday Six Word Prompt

Is there any point of dreaming?



Being a pilot was her goal,

As a matter of fact, traveling the world was her dream,

Dreams knew no boundaries,

All she wanted was journeys,

Courtesy which she could go overseas,

She hoped to travel far and wide,

Meeting people from different countries and cultures,

Spreading her happiness as she went along,

They told that the world was a beautiful place,

She wanted to explore it one city at a time,

Experiencing different cuisines in every city,

Traveling opened her eyes to all the possibilities,

With new perspectives and insights,

She was relieved that she was now a bird whose dreams had got wings.

Linking to dVerse Poetry Challenge: Doubly Perfect Fourteen Lines

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Relief & Fandango One Word Challenge: Fact

Five Sentence Fiction: Yearn #AtoZChallenge

Five Sentence Fiction: Yearn

As soon as he had finished twelfth grade, he had left to pursue his graduation in the hallowed halls of Stanford University. While his parents knew that they would miss him after all these years, they also understood that it was important for their son to achieve his dreams and fulfill his ambitions.

While initially he was regular in his calls and messages, their interactions started to reduce as the months went by. Suffering from a chronic medical condition, his mom’s health started to get worse as she kept yearning for her son to come back.

But when he finally came, it was too little too late.

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2020 with Blogchatter and my theme is Microfiction.

Five Sentence Fiction – Escape #AtoZChallenge

Five Sentence Fiction: Escape

Boston Public Garden


“I will roam the world one city at a time and take in all the sights and sounds bit by bit.”

It had been more than a decade since Hannah had proudly informed her family on her desire to travel the world.

While she had only covered a few countries in the interim, she was making sure that she could save whatever money was possible from her job bit by bit.

And then one fine day, she finally got what she was waiting for. She had landed in a job in an international airline and now her dreams finally had wings.

I am taking the A to Z Challenge 2020 with Blogchatter and my theme is Microfiction

The pain of losing someone..

Have you ever lost someone?

Have you ever lost someone?


All of us have an expiry date (the date we would die). There’s no one who can expect to live forever. If there was a possibility, how many of you would want to live forever?

But this expiry date is not something any of us actually know. At least among us Indians, as soon as we reach the wrong side of 50 many start thinking as if our time on Earth is nearing its end. Interestingly, on the other side of the spectrum, I have seen men and women at the age of 70+ in countries like Germany, UK etc. fit and fine to even go on tourist visits all alone without their kids.

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Life of an adrenalin junkie..




I recently watched the movie ‘Everest’ and first things first, I must say that it’s a visually breathtaking flick. But it got me thinking on the reasons why mountaineers do what they do.

Whether it’s the fun or the dream of conquering the impossible; the craze for living life at the edge or the fame associated with it, mountaineers have their reasons. And it’s the case with not only mountaineers but adrenalin junkies in general.

For many, this so called ‘adventurous’ life is nothing but a waste of money and public health resources. But for those who live on challenges, such experiences give meaning to their lives. It defines their personality and their day to day outlook.

Linking to #MondayMusings and Microblog Mondays

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – October – My post no 1 for this month.

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How do we find our true calling in life?

How do you find your true calling in life?

How do you find your true calling in life?


All of us have various goals and dreams. Irrespective of our passions, most of us aim to become rich and famous. But, isn’t there more to life than just earning good money? Isn’t happiness defined by the work you do, the people you meet which includes your friends and family and the time you get to do your own thing?

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