The Odd One Out

She never fit in. Shame and frustration filled her days. Being different seemed like a curse until she got older. Years of tears and wisdom taught her to respect and love her strangeness. It was better to be sensitive and an introvert than to pretend to be someone she wasn’t. In fact, she never could… Continue reading The Odd One Out

Depression, Fitness, Human behaviour, Psychology, Women

Her Black Hole

Her fingers brushed aside the tendrils of hair. They had seen their last bath a month ago. Her eyes looked ill from the inside and the outside. These eyes craved for happiness and sunlight. Her grayish lips looked like a cracked field of gravel. They had forgotten the taste of moisture. The toes traced a… Continue reading Her Black Hole