If you haven’t watched / listened to Sarah Kay’s Spoken word poem, A Love Letter from a ToothBrush to a Bicycle Tire, you should:
The Lunar And Menstrual Cycles Are 28 Days Long And Now… – Yamini Krishnan Issac Asimov’s Foundation #1 (Science Fiction) Visitor, a short story by Amrita Brahmo (Trigger Warning – 18+) My Short Essay About Issac Asimov’s Foundation #1 Mastering the Art of Short-Story Telling: Lessons from ‘The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories’ – Amrita Brahmo Why People Don’t […]
LOVE, SEX AND KHICHDI – YSK PRERANA – The Bombay Review One of the best poetry essays / opinions I’ve read ever – Why Rupi Kaur and Her Peers Are the Most Popular Poets in the World The Side Effects of Living – Bijaya Biswal – The Bombay Review Book Recommendation: The Arithmetic of Breasts and other stories […]
Songs to listen to while reading this: With Friends Like These, album by Bangalore based band Short Round Yesterday was a couple of lovely people’s birthday. Both of them my classmates and friends from childhood. Now, the thing about Nahan, where we all grew up together, is that roaming around on the roads and market with […]
I wish I could be a book I could send myself to you in envelops and postcards over a laconic lifetime rungs of ladder climbed waded through like the push of legs in the water, over sand chewing on the words you sent. We, are a family now, some privileged in the boundaries of grandiloquent […]
Last night hailed thunderstorm from all over the places and directions, it was windy and later it got rainy. This morning, it was one of those mornings when the ceiling fan is not needed yet you still want it to rotate with the whirling of the winds that comes fresh after touching the mountains around. […]
A week ago, I wrote When Family Becomes A Distant Memory. Khawaja Musadiq, a wonderful wonderful poet turned it into a poem, thousand times more beautiful. Although he doesn’t know the context and details I wrote the blog post in, nonetheless he wrote so beautifully. surviving on a bleak glimmer of h o p e , […]
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