Challenge Accepted..!!

Something from a very confused and a very aggressive me.

Aesthetic Miradh

I see a girl standing erect, head high, hair open, long and roughly combed.  She has gripped her sides of the dress tightly, way too tightly. Her toes are clinching the floor, scratching it. Her hair hides the corner of her face.


She is fair, a small mark on her right cheek, though not visible. But her fair skin is turning pink and slowly red; red with anger, red with rage.

She has a fluffy and sharp eyebrow. Just as it was suppose to be, giving her eyes a beautiful and lustrous look. Her eyes, big and wide, hazel brown in color; cute yet cunning, bold yet beautiful, shy yet audacious, talkative and yet tight lipped.

Her eyes speak a lot; tells me about her anger, about her grief. Slowly her eyes too have only one color and that is red. I see controlled tears in her eyes now.


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Published by Moushmi Radhanpara

A woman questioning almost everything, trying to find answers through her's and your words. I am on an unending quest, walking the paths of unknown. I am walking and walking, may be too slow, but I am doing it. I am happy as long as I do not stop. I will be content to fall, to fly, to swim, to drown, only never to stop.

23 thoughts on “Challenge Accepted..!!

  1. Oh, but the tone in your writing really reflects the inner conflict inside you at that time regarding the issue of inequality.
    But we all are making efforts to sort ourselves out, because that’s the first step of sorting out the problems that lie outside us, by solving problems within us first.


  2. “One, that will not understand her. Two, with whom she cannot share everything, and three, with whom she wants to share everything but they are unavailable for her.”

    This line touched me❤️ I loved this post, Moushmi. Absolutely loved it

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  3. This is a brilliant piece – the way described her angst, her frustration is so well put. And the three kind of people was ❤️ – and for the PS – Damn the society, damn the men – let her soar, let her fly, let her love

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