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Monthly Archives: February, 2012

Sonnet Mondal’s Diorama of Three Diaries: A Collection of Mysticism, Sensitivity, Sensuousness & Subjectivity by Dr. Shamenaz, Allahabad

"Be like a crystal; the more they break you, the more rays you scatter…" These words are really applicable for Sonnet Mondal, who is an...

The Images Transcend Time – P A Noushad, Kerala

"You came to it very slowly yet you achieved it as your whole life deserved it nonetheless than the poetry you reached", we also...

Come to Nature – J T Jayasingh

Dear reader, come with me today, we can go for rather a slow walk. We can peep into nature’s elements and fly in imagination...

Dreams – Shrikanth Veeravalli

Day 1 The baby looked reddish pink, all of 2 hours old. Something suggests that it is not an ordinary baby. Features appear sharp...

A Goose Keeper’s Frustration – Mathew George, Kerala

Our two and a half year old grandson was coming to stay with us for Christmas and we were debating as to what we...

‘Go Rhymes Go’ – Abhishek Rath, Orissa

Go rhymes, from my poetic heart, As best as an eminent painter's art. Be not shy to collect all her feelings, Return back quick and tell me...

To the Wide and Free Lands! – Rekha K. Amar

The dance and winepress of mind’s desires The cerise passions of untamed instincts Beckon me into ego’s haunting fortress I step then into prison’s earthly mould I need...

Rediscovering Life – Shobitha Bhaskaran, Kochi

There comes a time in life When you crave for a break From the dull routine Of daily life Of responsibilities Of Worries and uncertainties.. To dive headlong Into the warmth Of...
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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...