Escaping him

By Vageesha Mishra “It’s time.” Avery hurried down the arched hall, struggling to match the soundless steps of the lanky man in her floor sweeping cloak. After months of waiting, the day had finally arrived when she was fleeing from this confinement. Away from Shenoah, their impending marriage and the inevitable pain it would bring. … More Escaping him

“The one”

By Vageesha Mishra “How do I know he’s the one? It’s all so confusing. As my closest friend you should help me Adam!” Eliza asked utterly distressed. “Does he acknowledge your value?” Adam shot back. “Value? How do you mean?” “Does he know that you could have anyone you wanted but you still chose him? … More “The one”

Let it be

By Vageesha Mishra “What do you seek my child?” asked the ocean. “Answers,” she replied. “Then why have you come here?” “They say you hold so many secrets and sit on a bed of wisdom.” “Oh, but how can I child? I’m just an ocean.” “No you’re not. You are so much more.” “How can … More Let it be

I’ve been betrayed

By Vageesha Mishra “What?” She asked furiously. “Yes, I don’t love you anymore,” He responded, avoiding her eyes. She thought her heart was shattering into a million pieces and he didn’t even care to look at her? “Look at me.” He merely smirked and didn’t comply. “Hey, I’m not the last guy on this planet.” … More I’ve been betrayed

Her innocent heart 

By Vageesha Mishra One chilly night, with winter breeze playing out its sweet assault, a bright moon looking down through her window and a comforting warmth caressing them as they cozied up near a crackling fire, a little girl was born to a couple who were as pure as her. She was named Emma. Her … More Her innocent heart 

One dance

By Vageesha Mishra “I’m going to stay single if I continued to work so hard,” Marv complained. Somewhere in the background a catchy tune constantly played. He went about his apartment to inspect but to no avail. So he got back to slogging. “Designing upscale projects is exhausting,” he muttered to himself tapping his foot. … More One dance

Moving on

Lauren sighed flipping the page of her book. It was almost 6 and the bus that has been taking her home from work for the past 2 years was nowhere to be seen. She overheard it was running late, something that seldom happened.        It was futile to force her mind into reading when it … More Moving on