Modernity

An attempt at redefining a word that comprises of the past, present, and the future!

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I Lived

….. in this world of social media, I hope that romance, love, poetry, art, literature, friendships, adventure, connections and bonds are not lost.

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Water’s Risen

By Karan Menon Picture credits : Instagram account @mushroomtrip The evils of Lucy was all around me,Had a feeling, I was drowning.Everyone sitting around looking at me and frowning,Just because I was a kid with bipolarity,I saw her she was pretty, she was my light,She’s someone I can have, but can’t keep.The water’s risen, it’s…

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Moonlight

Moonlight. Not the moon. Not just yet. I walk on the street. There are buildings. And trees. I dread them in the night. I must’ve shuddered mentally.And I keep walking. And it keeps getting brighter. “Oh God,” I sigh. I don’t know if I want to see it just yet. I like the moonlight. I…

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Ecofeminism : A Perspective

By Krishna Advani Picture Credit: Google Images Coined by the French feminist Françoise d’Eaubonne in 1974, ‘ecofeminism’ focuses on multiple relationships, such as the equality of two genders (which forms the basic tenets of feminism), the closer analysis of what constitutes nonlinear/non-patriarchal structures along with what comprises holistic and organic processes for the welfare of…

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A Letter to van Gogh

By Krishna Advani Background Image: Google Images Dear Vincent van Gogh, I am not going to insult your pain by pretending to know what it is that you went through. All that torment and defeat must have caused more horrors for you than your pieces of art will ever reflect. But whatever empathy I do…

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An illusory irony

A sequence of seeming nothingnesses lasting seemingly short. An illusory irony: And I sit there, watching the sky invert colours from a clear, pastel blue to a splotchy pink, like it’s reversed itself—inside out. And I know what that sky looks like because whenever this happens, I look at it. And I look at it…

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Catharsis

More than being ethical, I’d like to think of honesty as a brilliant means of catharsis. To rid oneself of living with a lie single-handedly beats the guilt staring you in the face. I guarantee you that. I guarantee you the catharsis.

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Walkin’ On Sunshine!

By Tanya Kulkarni

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