Haasya Navras Series

Navras Series - Haasya by Kaaya Faye

The first ray of sun touched Durga’s warm skin. Her eyes opened to see Raja sa’s face the first thing in the morning. He was fast asleep. His lips, so passionate just a few hours ago, rested quietly. Durga touched his moustache fondly, curving it upwards on the end. Seeing […]

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The Apocryphal God

The apocryphal god by Kaaya Faye

Like thoughts post mid night The fables flow Praising someone, something, or somewhat Who knows?   Immortal, unseen, and abstract Like a ghost Omnipresent, controlling, and uppity A mad dictator or unruly host.   Untouched, unfelt, unheard It remains Pious and saintly Or pompous and vain?   Fables flow and […]

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Delirium – A Vague World of Existence

Minimal flower wallpapers that says Delirium - A Vague World of Existence by Kaaya Faye

Definitions Certainty And Facts Spending days deriving meaning Out of absolute nonsense Living life as an inquisition Every other opinion – an offense. Lies Fiddling And Masks Traveling roads, passing lanesEarning, learning and growing Are you really yourself? Are you what you are showing? Love Trust And Faith Living in […]

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Navaras Series, Chapter 1 – Sringar

Navras -I Sringar

It was 6 o’clock in the morning when a servant came knocking at Raja sa’s door. “What is it, Madri?” “A woman has come to see you, sire.”, bowed Madri. Pulling on his choga, Raja sa announced that he was coming, “Ask the woman to wait in the Darbar. I […]

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Passing Fancy

Passing Fancy feature image

Defined by my bold attitude and blunt language, one could easily get to know me if they listen intently. Simple days and a regular but kind of fun routine was what I was used to. Looking for excitement and joy in the littlest of all things, I have been spending […]

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Flower wallpapers with a poem about life love and everything written on it.

The love that was And the love that is The days that have passed The chances that went amiss Hours running fast Minutes that stand still The ever blowing breeze And these constant hills Left right, left right, left right Walking through the familiar lanes Tick tock, tick tock, tick […]

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