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My very own random thoughts

48 Hours

This article has been written for a prompt during the Indifiction Workshop. You can find the prompt and more about Indifiction here. I think it is incredibly ironic that Krishna, the cleverest God in the Hindu pantheon, was born in a prison and had died almost a royalty. On my part, I …

The Late Goodbye

He had never seen her so vulnerable before. He couldn’t really do anything about it, but that didn’t stop him from being concerned. “Are you sure you want to do this?” “There is no other way.” She sounded stern. Her voice betrayed no weakness. “But you would destroy everything in …

The Girl with Messy Black Hair

As I passed by her house everyday,In the mud and the grass, I would see her play,In her frilly little frock, that …

Tim Lak Lak

When you are little, she makes you want to grow up. When you are grown up, she makes you want to be …

Wordly Woes

Rcntly, n infinitly annoyng habt has bcum ncreasngly prevalnt amng yngsters (n evn d eldr ppl spendin 2 mch time on d …

Dear

Congress,An old man sent to jail before he committed something you call a crime, over 5000 detained for, well, not eating and …

What my lost purse taught me

Actually this post comes a long time after the events that happened in it. A few months back, I lost my purse …

Self and Sacrifice

Self-sacrifice is an ambiguous word – it starts with ‘self’. She looked at me longingly, the woman in the shabby dark pink …