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Yearly Archives: 2010

The Book Store – J T Jayasingh

When my friend informed me about the Book Store, I was unaware of the difficulty to spot it out. He told it was situated...

Writer, author or whatever – Anita Kainthla

There are writers and there are writers. You know. There are the Pulitzer and Booker kinds and then there are the rest of them,...

Am I stranger to you? – Raju

I became rainbow for you And you closed your eyes, I became a melodious song And you shut your ears, I became a bed of roses on your...

Men’s Legend – Roshanara Meherin

Ah! Friendship, time's cruel teaser, the enchanting musk of many a  hunt. Stories shared in the endless freedom of a pillion ride, that later stared skyward lying stark naked on a seductive river's...

Words – Thara D’Souza

In the silent stillness of solitude, sowing seeds in the soil of sadness, mind meandering  in merry mode, wish I to weave a web of words. Threading tapestry...

You Forget to Smile – Anand GR Viswanathan

You Forget to Smile Wake up in the morning Drink a sip of coffee A quick glance through newspaper to keep you updated Patch up with your kids...

Pain – Dileep R.S

Different  seasons, Diverse reasons, Are the treatment of nature, To refresh the soul. The burning candle Glows to rekindle, None does it bother: The melting flesh, Or the inflicted pain. Let me dive...

That Loved Flower – Sudama Chandra Panigrahi

Blossomed just now, to her content, Aromatizing the atmosphere, with her fragrance. Entices all and sundry, even the conceiver, Whoever sees her, describes a perfect creation. Smiles she...
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Pande-mourning

You cry.You postA photographOn your Whatsapp StatusYou send offA scurry of WhatsappMessagesTo potential mourners.You gloatOn your movability.You writeA cathartic...

A night to remember

Stay up all night with me for once, I say Don’t complain we have work the very next day Step out...

Daydream

“Wow, you look...” As soon as those words slipped from his mouth, he regretted conceding to a third drink...

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Reviewing ‘Obsession and Wild Pigeon’ by Ismat Chughtai

My interest in Ismat Chughtai developed when I first...