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Carry You Home

David Meyer can hear the murmur of his injured heart when he goes running. It takes him a couple...

Poetry - The Antidote to Life

Believer

From now on, I will grow quiet, gesture you in for potato soup I made just that morning. I will...

Wayfaring Stranger

Safarnama

About a year and a half ago, someone recommended that I read Dozakhnama by Ravishankar Bal. Read...

The Gaze

With his smile, he re-arranged everything that was once lost, forgotten and abandoned inside me. I just didn’t notice it. I was looking deep into his eyes.

Heart in a Box

They didn’t say anything about wrapping love and keeping it aside. Or if they did, she must have missed the memo. Because all she had ever known was to squander her affections on people who crossed her lives, and left...

Since When

…has it become so difficult to tell people that you love them?

Dialogue

His eyes are small. He doesn’t look like he walks much. Neither does he look like he talks a lot. His face isn’t one that you can read and know stories of how long he pored over his work to get it right. Or how his...

Waiting…

You’re in a train. You’re in an auto. You’re at work. You wake up while you can. You’re in a fleeting moment of serenity. You’re in a phase of waiting. You’re waiting for the dusk to fall....

Irreplaceable

Sometimes people come close quickly, while some take time to weave into your life. But once you let them occupy a space in your being, there is no way anyone else can ever take their place. We were never meant to be...

L for Living

All of us have had a time when we ‘got lost’ and ‘found purpose’! We have all seen ourselves in the teeth of tiring ordeals and in moments of ecstasy. For those who are stuck & tired yet struggling to...

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