A story from his side
It was a dark cozy night in bangalore the moon was just wrapping itself in the clouds, cool breeze blowing through the window with that screen light on. Like all the social user he was peeping through the notifications and suddenly he swiped to the suggestion page "i am a vampire and you're welcome to stalk my profile" a bio ending with this attracted him towards her . He was so afraid of sending a friendrequest but collecting all his guts he did send her a request and waited days for her to accept it. Soon but not that sooner he pinged her up "hi, how are you" ? And that's where the story began "what if you fall for me " was his regular pickup line and "what if i f...
She is sitting there listening to him,
But there’s a part of her
brain that’s noting
the shape and size
of his hands as he moves them.
The length and span of his fingers.
In the quiet little moments she can still hear the timber of his voice…
A woman doesn’t forget words that burn her…
neither the man who started the fire.
He has an insaciable desire to make her smile.
And as the night wears on, and the drinks get low,
she is imagining those hands on her.
Trailing over her skin,
dipping into the dimples
of her lower back,
caressing her long hair,
smacking her tight ass…
wrapping around her smooth hips...
For a moment their eyes staying in the same tune
and he ...
*The Story Of Us*
Have you ever seen the movie "Casual Sex?" The "joke" line of the two main female characters is "there's your boyfriend" - they say this when referring to two very unlikely prospects for their own boyfriends.
As my daughters got into their teens, this became a line we always used. We'd be shopping and I'd be like, "There's your boyfriend" - the intended target would range from the hottest young male on the planet to the goofiest, badly dressed kid to ever live. But it was funny - it still is funny. We still say it.
Then one day, I said it about my neighbor and myself - "there's my boyfriend," and it became an intrinsic joke between u...
Welcome to 2018! We hope you are all having a fantastic time in this new year.
For this week's writing prompt, we're challenging to to write a movie (script) about your life.
As many movies do, you can exaggerate the facts a little. You can also write one scene of course. In which case you write out one event in your life that you think is worthy of a short movie.
But most of all, have fun! Enjoy writing the story you want to share.
Tag your letter 'movies'.
Versos que se escapan
entre sábanas tan blancas
que se ocurren mientras ves
donde te imaginas estar
en las escenas apasionadas,
giras tu cabeza y solo ves
que te falta su linda mirada
la misma almohada.
You love me,
I love you.
You show me
I'll show you
I reflect you,
The very things
You're afraid of,
What I'm afraid of.
How willing are we
To face what we've
Been running from
For so long?
Only time will tell.~E.M. Fraser
The one who defines himself often suffers from the existential crisis.
In one of his letters, Vincent Van Gogh asked what was he in the eyes of most people and answered with what he wanted to become. The contrast irked when he labeled himself nobody, an eccentric, or an unpleasant person because more often than not, we miss the soul in things but Vincent had painted them all.
So, how could he be a non-entity?
How could anyone be a non-entity?
In his last letter, Vincent talked about his place near the stars and I wished he had understood it while alive that he was infinity and so are we- unfathomable and infinite; for no one can ever know our depths, not after what remains of us are so...
To my future girlfriend...
We may have not met yet, but know that I'm tirelessly looking for you. I've searched sporting events, and movie theaters for you... Even though I have social anxiety, I put myself out there in uncomfortable situations just to have a chance to meet you.
Once we meet, we'll have beach walks every Saturday, movie nights Sunday, and candlelit dinners Thursday just to be random. I'll even wear a tie. Every night, I'd ask you about your day, while you sip wine, and I'll rub your feet.
I'll show you my favorite movies, and binge-watch my favorite shows. I'll introduce you to all my friends, and hope they won't embarrass me. I'll take you on romantic trips, and try to m...
Dear Film Industry,
I'm in love with you, it's been more than a decade, still struggling with my family, society and your family. My family is completely practical, society is exaggerating and your family ( people from industry) are big time supporter of Nepotism.
I won't leave my love, unless I leave my soul. Afraid to imagine my life without you. Want to be with you forever and ever.
Hopefully we will be together soon.
Vinay Prataprao Deshmukh
"Don't just chase the possibilities but chase the impossible because you will learn a lot of lessons from the hard ones. Tough challenges can bring you to a good and fair success."
The confusion of intensity of life and the ferocious volatility of time often is followed by scrutinizing pain, eventually revealing the ludicrousness of life.
The complexity of the sinosuidal waves of time and life, as the two overlap each other with perpetuity has an unrecognisable familiarity with the waves of the sea that are comprised of saline drops, much like the composition of tears which are not just often, but rather always filled with unexpressed and crypt emotions. The stark contrast to the calm sea which even in stagnation can cause tsunamis to submerge a hideous soul in itself with the tiniest speck of a collision, unseen, unfelt by anyone taking place miles beneath the calm wav...
Cupertino Films is a startup based in Mumbai run by JSK Shirali and Pritesh Surve. We began our operations starting from December 2016 and now we're ready to roll out our second product already.
We've created Cupertino to be based on the pillars of logical and meaningful cinema and thus it has paid off well for us. Our initiative of connecting with our viewers through the most popular social networks has not only worked for us locally but also globally. We now have international fans who want Cupertino to be available locally in their country.
The 'Invites Only' program has been designed so that our viewers shall know that they mean a lot to us and we want to remain in touch with them. Wi...
she's my all time
i could watch her
and never get bored.
she is my starlet.
Dearest pen pals,
We'd love to hear from you! It's been a while and we were wondering if you had any good song and movie suggestions.
We've been playing the same old songs forever here. And we've seen Beethoven (the movie of course) over a hundred times.
So clearly we need something new.
What are your suggestions? Tag your letter 'movies' or 'music' depending on what suggestions you'll be giving us.
And who knows, maybe your pen pals will also give you some great new suggestions!
The Movie Moment
Think of about every great movie or play you've seen in your lifetime. . .
Think of the moment of perfect clarity when everything falls into place and the character has the wide-eyed look of a child, as they realise exactly what their life's dream is.
I have it on good authority(my own) that everybody seeks out this moment.
Today I shall tell you mine;
Motown jazz echoing throughout the room creating a gentle ambience. My hips swaying naturally to the music. I stand at the stove; lightly stirring a pot of aromatic stew, tapping a finger against my hip to the mellow tone of the keyboard.
Suddenly, a strong arm pulled my free hand and spun me around to come face to face wi...
I love watching movies and anime & maybe sometimes some sitcoms, but it's usually these two that I probably watch the most.
I'm just watching inuyasha for the sake of it, like I don't really feel any need to complete an episode or watch the next, as in binge. Haikyuu was a different story altogether, I had to binge it, cause it was awesome. And then I watch weekly episodes of Dragonball super, well that's like one a week, can be any day.
As for sitcoms, I dunno what u watched last, maybe an episode of Mindy Project, cause it's funny. I dunno where I lost track of flash either. Sometimes I binge sitcoms too and the last one I did was The Get down, cause it was awesome.
Yeah. The funny thing is - on the outside, I was an honest man, straight as an arrow. I had to come to prison to be a crook.📽📽