“Grief is the price we pay for love.”

By Ramitha Ramesh

Grieving isn’t always for the dead. Sometimes you feel grief for the living. And sometimes, it’s the only way you know you loved.

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Broadway In The Sky

By Tejas Kulkarni

What do you see in the sky when you look up? This poem captures the different things each of us views in the vast expanse of cotton candy white and beautiful shades of blue.

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A Cry for Help

By Meghna ManglaniImage Credits: Pinterest I was standing on my balcony under a roof surrounded by tall, strong, beautiful big trees moving vigorously around, both of us trying to enjoy the heavy rain that was filled with lightning and thunderstorms. I was confused. Should I enjoy this “beautiful” rain of April or be worried? At first,…

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: April 2021

By Krishna Advani

From academy awards to international developments: a lot happened in April 2021. This month’s news article catches you right up on it.

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Writer’s Block

By Simran Ramsay

There’s many a piece on the pain of writer’s block. Here comes an astonishingly illustrative experience of it. And how to overcome it.

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Letter to: My Pre-Pandemic Self

By Neeti Adhia

For some, change occurs within the span of a single pandemic. Read this letter about advice given to one’s past-self through time.

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The Show & The Goings-On

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on raging storm and battle: transcending victories and losses, for even in death, the show must go on.

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: Feb. & Mar. 2021

By Krishna AdvaniPicture Source: Google Images Ee-ei-ee-ei-NO Do you believe that farmers, the men and women across the country, should be entitled to selling their produce where they get the highest rate of return? Do you think that these farmers have the right to sell their crops beyond the ‘mandis’ of their state and earn…

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Diary Entry: Finding Passion

By Simran Ramsay

Some dreams go beyond sleep. Certain passion has fate written all over it. Read the road to this realization through a single day.

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Let Me Skip To The Good Part: The Click by AJR

By Harsheen Sethi

Some albums occupy a place in your heart like they were meant to call it their home. This review explains how AJR achieves that with theirs.

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creator, creation

By Vasundhara Singh

A poem on the season of creation: spring! Written using the word for ‘spring’ in multiple languages, and the poet’s interpretation of it.

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