Monthly Archives: November 2014

My Lovely Lady Lumps

It was not love at first sight. Even after many sights, no love ever materialized between Sukanya and Mahesh. When he was hospitalized for a minor surgery of his heart, Sukanya tended to his needs with affection. Still, his mended … Continue reading

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Let Go of your Wrongs and Just Write

Anyone who has ever written a prose or short story with an inkling of heartfelt emphasis can offer their two rupaiyas on writing. Writing is not as methodical as science nor does it produce universally proof-based results as math. Courses … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Superhero Mom

This past week, I had an early meeting for which I had to leave my place by 7am. My mom is usually up by 6am but I let her know in advance that I would not have time for breakfast.¬†When … Continue reading

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