Monthly Archives: October 2018

Friends Forever – Short Story by Tvisha

// This heart-warming tale of friendship has been penned and submitted by 8-year-old Tvisha from Hyderabad who attends my creative writing classes //

It was a beautiful, bright and lazy day. 8-year-old Riddhi was wandering inside her home and just chilling out. Her mother was preparing Aloo Tikki in the kitchen which was her favourite dish. The aroma of the freshly prepared tikkis wafted through the entire apartment. Riddhi was hungry and rushed to the dining table to relish the tikkis in the company of her parents.

All of a sudden, Riddhi shrieked as she remembered that she had a “Show and Tell” activity planned in school that day. She mentioned it to her mother and they both realized that they had forgotten about it. Riddhi was tensed as she did not know what to do because she was totally unprepared. Her mother said that they should leave for school right away to make it on time for the activity and that they could think of something on the way.

The Curious Boy – A poem by Etash

// This quirky and offbeat poem has been penned and submitted by 8-year-old Etash from Hyderabad who attends my creative writing classes //

A boy saw a toy on the road,

It looked like a sword.

When he went nearer,

He found that it was actually a gaunt deer.

The sun was gone,

Suddenly on the road, the boy saw something like a bone.

He took it in his hand,

And realized that it was a wrist band.