A Tough Act to Follow

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A hauntingly descriptive poem about the gorgeously solemn experience and spectacle that is a circus, from surreal memories.

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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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Deconstructing Weegee: Capturing Urban Disorder in New York City

By Vasundhara Singh

Look at this famous photographer through Vasundhara Singh’s lens as he turned victims of crime scenes into art.

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Modus Operandi

By Neeti Adhia ‘Every criminal has his own MO’ This is the basic perception all of us have when we come across the term ‘Modus Operandi’. This Latin term in criminology means the pattern of behavior of the criminal or his way of committing a crime.  ‘Ted Bundy’, the American known for his way of…

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The Art of Death

By Sneha Saha

“Are you afraid of death? Or dying?” A chilling piece on death and everything that surrounds with, written as a short musing.

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Pandemic Living: The New Normal

By Benjamin Jolly

A new normal is introduced to us as the Covid19 virus causes physical, economical and mental trauma on millions.

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The Unbroken Continuance

By Preeti Kathuria

“The unbroken continuance, ticking a rhythmic trance. Once housed in the cuckoo clock, flew off in a single rare instance…”

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Maybe Now

By Aalia Jagwani

“Maybe Here and Now is everywhere and everything.”

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The Young Are Dead

By Vasundhara Singh

A different take on growing up and saying goodbye to our younger days

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The Willow

By Preeti Kathuria

A poem about the still and mundane existence during quarantine, until it’s disrupted by the presence of a certain plant near the window.

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A Plea for the Present

By Ekasmayi Naresh

Despite being in the present, we often find ourselves opening doors to the past and future. Instead of trying to open them, we should appreciate today

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You Choose

By Ramitha Ramesh

…Like Freud once said, “One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” …

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