Amaranthine – Introduction


Amaranthine _ Romantic Love Story

Hey people,

So you are wondering what is this crazy maniac upto now. Well, don’t worry, this time its no guns and swords. It’s words and more words. Hopefully you will like the idea.

Amaranthine is a collaboration blog project that I am doing with AhmedKhalifa It’s not one single blog, it’s something we intend to keep going, for how long? Well, as long as we can.

Amaranthine means eternally beautiful and unfading. So it was a perfect name for this project.

So what’s Amaranthine going to be?

We have no effing clue 🙂

The basic idea is we are going to write a progressive story in poetry form. One of us starts the poem, then the next replies to it and then it keeps going and the story progresses.

Just so you know, this story is about two people named, Michale & Leila. 

Whether it’s going to be a love story, a hate story, whether it’s going to be sad or happy, we really don’t know that because both of us will be just responding to the poem the other one writes. So the twists and turns will come out as surprise to both of us and to our readers as well, if we successfully keep them interested in this insane idea. 

You will find the chapters of this story in Amaranthine, that’s in the top menu.

We hope you like this idea and we sure do hope that you will love the chapters that are to come.

Criticism and comments are welcomed ( but do remember I have a very fragile heart. Lol)

Tata 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Amaranthine – Introduction

  1. uzma

    hmm…sounds interesting…

  2. Pingback: Amaranthine – Chapter 2 – The Man In Uniform | Aisha's Scrapyard

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