When we work together #6

Another one of Shraddha and me! It is worth reading so kindly go through it 😊 Just a part of social awareness! Universal Alarm She was indicted for the sin which she hadn't  done, She was castigated and then used for fun. They reprimanded her for the inches of attire she wore, They appraised her… Continue reading When we work together #6


When we work together #5

This one is by my friend Pratik and me! He is a wonderful writer 😊 check his page out. If her smile can intoxicate him, What will her touch do? Will his heart get all the love he needs? Or the devil inside him will concede? -Pratik and Richa

Collaborations, Poems

When we work together #4

This poem written by Shraddha and me is dedicated to our blogging family 😊 You people inspire us and motivate us. Thank you so much 😊 She was so loquacious in her own mind, all she does was to play the past and then rewind. Displaying it through  her words, She entered into bloggers world.… Continue reading When we work together #4


When we work together #3

Me + Shraddha = 😍

Free to express

When he saw her drenched in the rain,

His desires started soaking in her curves.

The drops of water on her lips were his desire,

He saw her in the rain but she was a fire.

Is she for real or am I in a dream,

That wet lock on her face forced his heart to scream.

But his imaginations were in vain,

when he saw her catching the bus.

Now, neither she nor his feelings belongs him,

Because his emotions were carried away with her steps.

Giving himself the shade of the book,

He followed the bus just for her single look.

That spark gave him an energy boom,

he ran faster so that he can catch the bus soon.

In this rain, all he wants are her lips,

to kiss them was his only wish.

That bus was out of his sight,

and the gap between him and…

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When we work together #2

The valves of his arteries  started pumping  with her pulchritude , And he flickered over her curves in wildness, barring her as serf of his eternal charm. by Shraddha and Richa