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Orc(he)s(tra)

The heart appears to have its own orchestra,like the beating of drums when it is hopelessly infatuated,or the melancholy of a violin when a lover moves away Even in solitude, there’s the airy notes of a flutethe toots of a … Continue reading

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Dignity in Death

There is dignity in deathIn a mother’s sacrifices, in the dying doctor’s valorDeath is an end that binds us all for even in our very last breath, It is only nature we honor But death is rarely presented as such … Continue reading

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Minni’s Mettle

Cruelty may be the label you seek on your cage-free egg packaging in the first world. It is the blood stains of a child near a suicide bomber in the patronized third. It is also the cries of a father … Continue reading

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I Now Understand

I am what I am; pardonably human Born not to man-made constraints, but to a time and place in the Universe I am what I am; a proud woman Born to realize Whitman’s humanitarian hope that we shall all “contribute … Continue reading

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A Frail Leaf

A frail leaf in the bosom of the lush metropolis, So far in the eyes of thy own, we have been flawless. Can you hear the crying wind? Oh so mischievously engulfed by the hush-hush sounds of a newborn’s voices, … Continue reading

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The Sexiest Thing You Can Do to Impress a Woman

In this age of competing dating apps to find love, it is evident that the efforts invested in wooing a mate have been on the decline. Case in point:– Quick Lovin’ Many working class folks do not have the time … Continue reading

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Conversations between an Agnostic and a Saint

Agnostic:- Heaven and Hell are prime real estate For the minds fixated on the good and evil click-bait The do-gooder dreams of a golden staircase The evil-doer is threatened with torture in merciless flames Why then do some sinners prevail … Continue reading

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Why India’s Education System is Conducive to Producing a Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat is a self-proclaimed messiah of the common man of India, expert on politics, and every bit as wooing of women empowerment as Rahul Gandhi. He is also the same man to considerably revive the domestic literary press market. … Continue reading

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The “Heated” Dispute of Prakriti’s Abuse

In air-conditioned conference rooms with exorbitantly priced bottled water, they discoursed on the veracity of violation of a woman named Prakriti. Revered as a goddess in only myths; she is an epitome of Shakti. The judge upheld his duty to hear both … Continue reading

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The Shadow Poet

She took a glance at the featured artist column of the daily newspaper and was happy to see a new poem published that day. The Boy Who Cried… My office chair cannot compare to the comfort of my mother’s lap, … Continue reading

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