Joined 5 years ago from Bangalore
Born in a small town, on the lap of the Himalyas, I would like to be called "the daughter of the hills". I think its becasue I have spent most of my time playing in the medows and the woods, catching butterfiles, climbing trees and picking pine cones that I love to read and write poems. My hills are my source of constant energy and it is this energy I want to spread wherever I go.
2 years ago
“You don't have to struggle in silence”
2 years ago
In your everyday battles don't lose yourself. I don't want to lose myself. I want to wake up tomorrow, I want to wake up to the sun, to the moon, to the chirping birds, to my mother’s care, to my daughter’s laughter, to my dog’s love… I want to wake up to the world.
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