Perusing for a Passion

By Ekasmayi Naresh

This poem gazes at the poet herself as a mosaic: a combination of all the little passion-filled endeavours and affections that make her whole

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Hello and Goodbye

By Aastha Katyal Panth

Endings of stories and years bring with them a sense of closure. But when you’re the writer and the protagonist: do you get closure?

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Doors

By Simran Ramsay

Facing a problem is challenging when there are many ways out, other than the right thing to do. This poem shows the outcome of 3 such doors.

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(Lack of) Narratives in Bollywood

By Rhea Sabherwal

Mainstream Indian Cinema is at the threshold of reinventing itself, but will it do so inclusively? Our Bollywood Addict writes on narratives and more.

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Fabric of Narration

By Preeti Kathuria

When Truth becomes pliable, it falls upon the reader to distinguish fact from opinion. Read about narratives in news here, in this poem.

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The Dialogue

By Aastha K. Pant

A story set in the early days of Covid-19 in Mumbai between Nalini, an employer, and Laxmi, her housekeeper, which illustrates the different experiences and narratives of two women during a seemingly global event.

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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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The Pandemic: A Musical

By Bhagyashree Phadnis

“Art never dies, it’s eternal and is
accessible irrespective of time, place and language.” Read a musing about music that transported the author despite being confined during the lockdown.

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Travel Plans for Summer 2020

By Hetvi Kamdar

2020 has changed the way we way a million different things. One such major change has been caused in the way we travel now.

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Journey

By Aalia Jagwani

Sometimes the most memorable travels are the ones we take within ourselves. Read about one such journey, and dialogue in poetry.

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8:46 AM, 9/11/2001

Sometimes when we die, our things still retain a part of us. And sometimes, the death is so sudden, that the proof of our being still lingers on these inanimate objects: a piece on the devastating moment of 8:46 AM, on 9/11 – and what it did to a common American’s life.

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Finding Spectrums

A musing about different colors, and each of the meanings attached to them; and the quest for going beyond the shades, and into a spectrum.

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