A secret revealed



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I am a secret. I realised this when I was 5 years old. 

P.S: This post has been removed as it has been selected to be a part of a book.

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  1. I loved this Me! Really. You have an amazing depth of thoughts and the way you bring them out is even better! Keep writing! :D

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    1. Thank you so much Ashna.. such a comment is truly encouraging :)

      Glad you loved it!

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  2. What a writing, there is no words to explain for ur story writing ability.t.c

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  3. seeing after a long time, a post on social issue. It came out nicely. I had thought about them after seeing and listening the stories of a few either on TVs or through Media. There is certainly a huge barrier form the society side for them . And in most of the cases parents discard them except in this story it turned out that person has been supported by the mother as well.

    Would like to read your opinions on other social issues as well soon. :)

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    1. Yes I agree... their parents also discard/ disown them. I showed this side of a mother for I felt it should be like this. Though I have been inspired by a Kathoey this is purely fiction as her story was very different from this one. Luckily for them atleast their government treats them as an equal. They have an identity in the society as it is all legal unlike our country where they don't have any identity or a legal status.

      I do write on social issues sometimes - honour killing, female foeticide,CSA,dowry and now Kathoeys. Am still trying to explore more issues closely.Hoping to write more on them soon!

      Glad you liked this post :)

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  4. Really wonderful and touching narrative. I have read Eleven minutes and it is one of my favorites too.

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    1. Thanks Jas :)

      Yes I have loved so many other works of Paulo Coelho but this one is unmatched for so far!

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  5. Thank you for bringing up an issue not easily talked about....as if it were something shameful! It is amazing how anything sexual needs to be depicted as a dirty secret. Wonderful post!

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    1. I completely agree with you. I don't understand the "shame" attached to such things. As Amrita Singh had said in Kalyug Movie " there is a demand and hence the need for supply" why be ashamed of something when we ourselves are responsible for it somehow.

      Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment, I loved it! :)

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  6. This one stands out ME. So well written and well captured. I am touched and impressed. Take a bow!!

    Keep writing honey :)

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    1. :')

      Thank you so much Sukku!! I cannot tell you how much this comment means to Me.

      I am glad this could touch and impress you... am truly honoured!!

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  7. I loved it! Eleven Minutes is also one of my favorite books. We all need love, we are waiting for that one love.

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    1. Yes very true... we all need love!

      Thank you so much for loving this :)

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  8. I myself think that secrets are always bad, and they do come out .. so why keep them ..
    moreover as your reply above.. it is all to do with us .. We are responsible for it .. and if we keep hiding we are actually supporting it all ..


    great post ME loved reading it

    Bikram's

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    1. Yes we are responsible for having secrets. We try to hide something which in the first place was created by us only... why do that in the first place?

      Thanks Bikram, glad you loved reading it!!

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  9. "Love entered through my heart, melted my fears, strengthened my thoughts, weakened my doubts and hugged my dreams" Lovely words! Nice piece of writing Me:)

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    1. :)

      Thanks so much Tarang.. that is the best way I could describe the magic of "True Love".

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  10. You deal with social issues in a nice and efficient way.

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  11. " I danced and they smiled. I smiled and they swooned." -one of my fave lines in this post. Though the post doesnot reveal the secret, it is actually crystal clear. I love the your hide and seek way of writing!

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    1. Thank you so much Meoww :)

      This was one lovely comment...., I truly appreciate it!

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  12. Simply amazing. I felt like I was a reading a page from 11 minutes!
    You are one of those bloggers I know, who know how to spell magic with language :)

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    1. Wow! Saloni, that was some compliment! Being compared to that book is too big a thing...though I feel you are being too kind with words here :)

      Thank you so much, specially for your last lines as they mean a lot - coming from you!

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  13. You write really well! Eleven Minutes happens to be my favourite book as well :) I love the way you embraced the secret and put it out in the open without actually revealing it!

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    1. :)

      Thank you so much Divya... I am so glad I could manage to not reveal it actually!!

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  14. There's nothing that I've read that brings up this issue in such a beautiful manner! No criticism, no opinions, just plain facts presented with overflowing emotions. You're a WRITER Me!! You're a MIND-BLOWING writer!!
    "In my new world I did find love – not once or twice, but every night. Love of a different type which transcended my definition of it. They touched me with love but still could not love me with their touch." BEAUTIFULLY MOVING!!!

    Okay now don't make me curse you! I have been trying, no craving, no crying, no screaming, okay you get it - I have been trying SO hard to lay my hands on Eleven Minutes. No luck. Zilch. :| Know where I could find it???

    Hugs and LOTS of love!! :*

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    1. I have felt for this issue from my heart for I know none of us are born evil. We all are victims of our circumstances which make us what we are... how can I criticize/ be opinionated about someone who is a victim herself.

      Yes I tried putting myself in her shoes and maybe that is where the emotions come from.... glad you liked it! Thank you so much for all those kind words..it is truly inspiring as it makes me want to write more and more..... :)


      P.S: Well..now that you have said it...yesss I know where you will get the Eleven Minutes..and am sure you will love it!

      P.PS: Loads of love and hugs to you too <3 <3 I truly missed your comments!

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  15. B. e. a. u. t. i. f. u. l.

    Which brings me back to my earlier question. When are you writing that book? :P

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    1. Hearing this from a master story teller himself is an honour! :)

      Well that book is currently sitting nicely on my shelf waiting for me to "write" it!! :D

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  16. A major part of the Story was remorseful...and i would have surely shrugged away...if it would have continued that way...love the way story ended...you indeed have a lot of creativity :)

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    1. I can understand.. yes it was remorseful for a major part as that was intended. But I am sucker for happy endings you see... I simply cannot end on a bad note :)

      Thanks for loving this story....!

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    2. well, that's a major difference between your stories and mine...my stories generally end up with a sad ending except for those which are motivating purpose...!!!
      but that doesn't mean i don't like stories with a happy ending...!!!

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    3. Oh I am huge SRK fan and like he says in OSO - Agar ending happy nahi hai to picture abhi baki hai.. :)

      SO for me in the end all has to be well!

      Yes I did go through your stories and found this thing. I guess its nothing but just a perspective.. as I also loved your stories even when they don't end on a happy note!!

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  17. I tried commenting in the morning...but for some reasons, it was not showing.
    Speechless...that's what I can say...
    You have weaved the story, in a commendable way..!
    Privy you have an amazing ability of writing stories...do keep writing.

    A tight hug my dear

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    1. I know this blogger is acting funny these days with Me also :(

      Thanks... your words are my inspiration!

      Tightest hugs right back to you too <3

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  18. True Love, Privy? Does it exist? I don't think so. It's a myth that we dream of and deceive ourselves.

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    1. Oh yes sweetheart it truly does.... love exists in all its ugliness. We don't deceive ourselves, rather we deceive ourselves by doubting its existence.

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