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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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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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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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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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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The Journeys We Make

By Ekasmayi Naresh

“Undeniable is the pleasure
of the journeys that spurring speedometers measure… Yet all in the hunt for a destination most dear
to meet one’s own reflection with a smile.”

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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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Maybe Now

By Aalia Jagwani

“Maybe Here and Now is everywhere and everything.”

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Time in a Pandemic: The Strange and Familiar

By Shivani Chunekar

“There is nothing more comforting than realizing, time and again, that we all ask the same questions.” Read about the familiarity of darkness and the habitual stillness of life in a pandemic.

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