The Musing Quill

A Blog on Writing, Poetry, Short Stories and Books.


When his rains flood you with fears run into my arms I'll kiss away your tears ~~~~~ Written for the prompt #kiss on Instagram. If you are on Instagram, you can find it here. ~~~~~ Asha Seth


Mornings bring back your ghosts. I don't know what to do with them just as much I don't know what to do with myself. I ask them to stand guard at the door of my mind and heart. So that... Continue Reading →

Wuthering Heights – An Excerpt

'Yes, she's dead!' I answered, checking my sobs and drying my cheeks. 'Gone to heaven, I hope; where we may, every one, join her, if we take due warning and leave our evil ways to follow good!' 'Did SHE take... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: A Good Novel…

While wondering what to read next after I have finished 'The Snow Child', I have zeroed in on some titles as these 'Heretics' by G. K. Chesterton, 'In Arabian Nights' by Tahir Shah and 'Like Death' by Guy de Maupassant.... Continue Reading →

When time stopped in Varanasi…

February generously brought me quite few opportunities of travel and just how! The third week of the month had me and family pack our bags and leave for Varanasi, the religious capital of India popularly known as 'City of Ghats',... Continue Reading →

Demons in my Mind: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: Is the mind really responsible for all that one does? And how far can you go controlling your mind? 'Demons in my Mind' by Aashish Gupta has left me pondering with these thoughts. The Blurb: Are crimes and mental... Continue Reading →

For the love of Short Stories!

Reading novels is an addiction. But reading short stories is an obsession! Knitted tightly in a handful of pages, they hold within themselves an inexplicable enigma of wonders; worlds that even mammoth novels fail to behold. The more short stories... Continue Reading →

#Quoted: A scrupulous writer…

Eric Arthur Blair, popularly known by his pen name 'George Orwell' has been amongst my favorite authors. But we all love George Orwell, don't we? I was introduced to his works when I first read 'Animal Farm' and how, I... Continue Reading →

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