Author: Sailasree Potay


Reading Time: 2 minutesA sense of belongingness keeps us rooted. Some people, though present physically in this world are absent mentally. They are the misfits, feels, Sailasree, in this verse, in Different Truths.  I am a misfit in this crazy world, I don’t know why? I feel I don’t belong to this world, But here I am and […]

Love to me

Reading Time: 1 minuteAn intense love poem for her spouse by Sailasree, in Different Truths.   Love to me is longing for you Which I cannot overcome No matter what For it is only your love which I would long forever   Love to me is looking at you And admiring my reflection in your eyes No matter […]

Attached yet Detached!

Reading Time: 4 minutesEach and every one of us is fighting several battles. Sia’s turmoil is intense. She has a very welcoming persona and people in her circle get drawn to her and end up sharing their ups and downs with her. But Sia never shares her inner secrets with anyone except the one close to her heart. As someone rightly […]

Golconda: The Fort that Stands Aloof!

Reading Time: 5 minutesAfter half an hour’s drive, we stood in awe in front of the medieval marvel, which withstood the foray of humans and natural elements for centuries. This mud fort located on a granite hill and was the alcazar of the Qutab Shahi dynasty and the earlier reigns of the Yadavas and Kakatiyas. The Golconda Fort is a mini […]

Anguish of a Lonely Soul

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhy do we feel lonely? Is it because we are not happy? Somewhere, we feel, we have lost the purpose of our lives. We no longer know ourselves. We do not exist in our own world. We start to question our own existence. We are searching for something we don’t know to fill in the void. We end […]

Coffee, Friend and Conversation: A Deadly Concoction!

Reading Time: 3 minutesEvery person self-pities himself/herself for doing so and thinks that they are the only ones dealing with problems and the rest are enjoying life. They end up asking the common question ‘why me?’ You see the grass always looks greener on the other side! This wrong notion creates a sense of helplessness and gives one the liberty to […]