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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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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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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Festivity jumps fences. Pakistan celebrates Holi spreading Love!

“I was coming from a Holi celebration and I decided to take a public bus despite the arguments of friends that I should just take a rickshaw cuz people might react to it as I was all in colors. I wanted to see people’s reaction and more than that I …

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Denial.

Brain. What wonderful piece of work. One can’t help but wonder how brilliantly it functions. It processes millions of thoughts everyday, helps us cope with problems and an array of emotions. Our brains are what makes us, us, truly. To bear with this workload, it has a clever piece of …

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How long is a piece of string.

“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” I always loved the writings that started with a quote. So you’ll find all my articles start with one. Like this. I wanted to write a quote that said something about growing up and this is something …

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Self-Publishing – Own your writing business

Self-publishing is emerging as a lucrative as well as puzzling option for all wannabe authors. While it has created a space where all aspiring writers can cut through the maze of selecting and chasing a publishing house for final book publishing, it is still, a largely unexplored option within India. …

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Poetry

Believe In Us

There is beauty in his eyes, the world fails to see the lies, that a man is hurt too,  just chooses to hide it in the valley of smiles.   We spoke for hours, sometimes silent whispers, always surprised by the easy going sinuous.   A fondness woven for so …

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Reviving the regional language of common man – Divya Prakash Dubey

Divya Prakash Dubey is the author of ‘Terms and Conditions apply’, ‘Masala Chai’, and a former content contributor to an extremely popular radio show ‘Yaadon ka idiot box’. He has dedicated his work in touching the lives of common man, by portraying their stories, in a common regional language. There …

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