Circus of Life

By Simran Ramsay

Each of us has a role to play. Sometimes on a stage, sometimes in a circus. Read about one such circus called life.

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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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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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What Lies Waiting?

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A vivid image and fantasy-filled landscape are presented by this poem about the mysteries of all that lies behind a door.

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Society (Mirror, Mirror)

By Jasnoor Anand

A musing about the self-image that the mirror of society propagates, leading one to think of themselves as unworthy.

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A Warm Winter’s Day

By Aalia Jagwani

“The stillness in the room overwhelmed me even as I tried to soak it in. It was the same room I spent every day of my life in, but in that particular moment it felt like I was seeing it all for the first time.”

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365 Days

We find ourselves at the same place every year. We set ourselves up for daunting tasks, but this reminds us to be proud for trying.

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Ending on the Right Note

By Ekasmayi Naresh

During this cheer and optimism, the poet finds herself ignoring the misfortunes of the year that passed, distracting herself with tinsel and baubles.

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Grandma

By Devi Dang

A poem dedicated to a grandmother: the pillar of a monument called family.

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Love’s Broken Symmetry

By Nisha Joshi

Love left me aghast, with my frozen heart in my hands, which I willingly smashed into so many pieces that I don’t think I’ll ever really get around to putting them all back together.

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To Be a Writer

This musing talks about how sometimes, our words and sentiments are not ours alone; they belong to the writers who have come before us.

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