Posts by: AJ

Hello Goodbye!

By Amna Javed This poem and its title have been inspired by The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. So the music in the background started to play So he set on a journey far away, And he promised that he will write to me And that I will get a…

In: Poetry

Window for Solitude

By Amna Javed “Inside myself is a place where I live alone, and that is where I renew my springs that never dry up” – Pearl Buck. This world is full of people. People of all sorts and kinds. They all are around us, everywhere. And mostly we find someone to…

In: Stories

Night Fades

By Amna Javed Image source: www.dailykos.com  It was dark, pitch dark outside. It was darker still inside. There was intense silence yet there was a commotion, a restless frenzy going on about. The night prowlers had taken over and were maybe having a busy night. The half moon started to shine,…

In: Stories

Rain, Rejection and Other Stories

By Amna Javed It has been raining for a few hours now. Rain brings with it a glorious joy, a deep cleansing that wipes away the grime of the days but sometimes, rain holds a deep melancholy.  Rain is, I deduce, versatile. It can make you happy at times…and at…

In: Opinions