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Mother's embrace - Answers to all the nightmares

Today I attempted my hands on creating a snippet out of a prompt on nightmare and mother's embrace. I will look forward to your comments.

Anybody out there, she yelled
can someone not hear me, she cried
I am stuck and scared, she pleaded
this place is very dark and icy cold, she wailed
please help me, she continued

An icy cold nudge lay on her shoulder
she froze but her heart raced
she felt hot and sweaty with fear
her temples damp, her eyes shot with tears
she bellowed her lungs out, leaving her gasping air

A warm embrace rocked her
It felt familiar, she felt home
hush my baby, she heard her mother say
it's over, it's gone, her mother pacified
Open your eyes, her mother assured
hush my baby hush, you are safe, continued her mother.

About Let Me Squiggle & Sridevi Nayak Karopady

Let Me Squiggle is born out of numerous attempt to start a platform wherein I can begin writing narratives about things I am passionate about. I am back again with another attempt only to stay. I have failed a lot of times, procrastinated all my ideas, but this time I will take a no for an answer. 

So here it is a brand new platform for myself - Let Me Squiggle, a place where I can connect with like-minded people, share my views, opinions and tell stories along with listening to what you, as a reader, have to say.

Now let me tell you something about me. I am a person who loves the power of words whether written or spoken for they can make you / break you / at the age of social media they can even troll you endlessly. I loved writing, and my doting mother says I have always been writing, be it rubbish, sensible or just plain. Reading is my strength and also a necessity since I belong to a professional industry - Public Relations. I love reading books that have gripping narratives and dialogues. It helps me think harder, unlearn and break all the prejudices. They are a gateway for new possibilities I want to explore in my life. 

I was born and bred in Udupi, a beautiful city in the south-west part of India, but I live in Bangalore. My dad helped me understand the value of education when I was eight years old. Because of his support, my mother's aspiration and my stubborn behaviour helped me achieve the Master of Arts degree in Communication Management from Manipal University.

To know more about me, please visit my professional profile in LinkedIn


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