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Poetry

An Assassin

Cut in the eyebrow, scar unlined the body. He ran through in his mind, the focus embellishing with every pint. His eyes were sharp as a diamond, Hands could be mistaken for a miner’s, Bowling in the dale of menace, The only terror to him was fright itself. There was …

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My Expressions

My Dark Side

“Not all light is good. There is negative light, that can cast bad shadows.” She locked the room and started changing her clothes. She was definitely running late today. Her father was going to kill her. Suddenly, there was a shrewd cry somewhere. She jumped at the sound and went …

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My Expressions

A bumpy ride from Hauz Khas to IIMC

I’ve graduated from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) and the institute has been successful at doing what my father could not get me to do for almost 17 years at school i.e. getting me to step out of my house in public transport. I’ve enjoyed numerous rides in …

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Poetry

Naturalism

It’s flow starts from the down, feeding on every last tissue it can pin, this is gettig hard, I can barely borne its fire. Feeling lost, brooding aloud, take it away, take it away, I am afraid to feel the pull it draws. It’s seeding inside me, growing too speedily. …

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Sports

Words make action louder

The not so gentlemen aspect of the gentlemen’s game involving the verbal exchange of words intended to distract opponents and present irrelevant cues that interfere with their concentration has been much debated about. Said to have originated in 1964 from Australian cricket this verbal exchange to insult opponents got its …

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Music

Is Bhangra music all about girls, cars and booze?

Bhangra music along with the Punjabi pop genre has taken giant strides in India as well as in the UK since its introduction during the 1980’s. Bhangra music originated from the traditional Punjabi folk music from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. Today, it is evolving and transforming more …

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Poetry

The Girl Who Wouldn’t Drown

Because there is a world hidden inside us all, that only shows up in the hours of dark. What is that dark for you mate? Is it beautiful or foul as a hate? Either ways, lets play along with its game. Can you feel it passing through the shore of …

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My Expressions

Colleen

“I hate to hear you talk about all women as if they were fine ladies instead of rational creatures. None of us want to be in calm waters all our lives.” ― Jane Austen, Persuasion In any field, when we read the history, we always read about the first woman …

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Anuradha Beniwal on ‘Azaadi mera brand’

Anuradha beniwal – a former National Chess Champion, is now an author of ‘Azaadi mera brand’. Her new book is about the inner journey and experiences of a twenty something Indian woman while on a solo-trip across Europe, covering 10 countries and 13 cities. It is a path breaking literature …

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My Expressions

Nonchalance……

Nonchalance…. I cared for you, without even showing it But then I saw you with my heart And I saw you throwing it Now, I’m trying to rebuild my heart Bringing together these scattered pieces is just the start When you smiled, it thrilled me But now I realize that …

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