Author Archives: Meha Sharma

About Meha Sharma

Dreamer,Writer,Mother,Fauji wife...all while striving to overcome something called 'Procrastination' :) I dabble in writing and write for @huffpostindia, @womensweb , @mycity4kids. I worked as a Business Analyst in an elite IT firm and as a professor in management colleges. Having earned an MBA degree in Human Resource Management and an MA degree in English Literature, I now pass on my wisdom to management students. To keep my sanity while striving to be a 'decent' mom to my ever inquisitive daughter, I tell myself, what Winnie the Pooh says,"My favourite day is today" :)

The Painting…

Aditi was immersed in the cacophony of colours that lay in front of her forming a glorious gallimaufry of sorts when she got the call. As she returned from her step-father’s funeral, Aditi listlessly stared at the keys which were … Continue reading

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‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’: Heartbreaking and Heartwarming!!

  There are times when we are surrounded by people and we feel as if the noise, the chaos would engulf us. We yearn for sweet-solitude. But, there is a thin line between solitude and loneliness. Being alone can be … Continue reading

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The Moon #FlashFiction

He inadvertently found himself drawn towards the window. The moon had risen and though wane, it still reflected back an ethereal image. Memories of her sprang gushing like a gurgling waterfall. In a different city, she stood transfixed near her … Continue reading

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The Figurine #FlashFiction

Janice sat on the cream coloured couch staring dolefully at the mantelpiece. The figurine seemed to be staring at her and peering right through her soul. Her husband Josh looked at her transfixed. “If it makes you sad why not … Continue reading

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The Meeting #FlashFiction

Emma sat in her room, crestfallen. It all came back to her in quick flashes. She was ecstatic when she had met the ‘man’. Her heart leapt in joyful gallops when he smiled at her. It had been five years … Continue reading

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