Aloha ! I am Ramya !
I am an engineer by profession and a blogger by passion. A wordsmith, traveller, bibliophile and photographer the other times.
Nature lover and a girl all set to explore the world. Women empowerment, social issues, the education system and travel I would like to discuss any time over a cup of hot ginger tea. Bangalore is where I reside and in my writing is where my heart resides.
Poems, fiction, articles, book reviews,my travel diaries and much more I pen. Keep in touch with my humble abode, Kyun ki picture abhi baaki hain mere dost! Ever feeling low or want a biscuit of positivity, don’t shy away, just drop in.
From the Blog
Life without you is a poem on three essential things that I can not live without. Dear Love, Without you, emotions would fail, life would be like a ship without the sail, I wonder why you are scarce and fragile? Dear Empathy, Without you, life would be cruel, I wish...read more
I take on the baton of Blog Love from Chandni. If this were supposed to be a speech, maybe my usual chatterbox self would go mum and you could probably see my eyes filled and tears trying to escape. Just maybe, alright? I can't be crying when I would be talking about...read more
Don’t force me to come places with you, You are trying to eat more than you can chew. I am the lost wanderer, Don’t take me to be a loner. Don’t force me to talk, Or join me for a walk. There is bliss in solitude, And it is rude to intrude. I love people and places,...read more
I know not where I am going, Sometimes we are better off not knowing. Maybe that is how we keep growing! But, what I know is, That the strong winds of faith are blowing. I trust few blindly at times, They are lost and found in my rhymes. The pain and joy I can’t...read more
Life is beautiful but fragile, With all of us fighting a silent battle. To secure and have a better future, A future we can only picture. We don't know how tomorrow is going to be, Maybe we will see moons, three. I may not be there anymore to greet thee, And the...read more
One day the door swung open, to heal what was broken. She worked her way to the key, with all her effort to break free. In people and friends, she tried to find thee. Books, nature, and friends made her happy, But the burden of the past she would carry. Searching for...read more