I never thought Apsara could kill. But she did, today. And it all started with this conversation between two orphans with unknown pasts and unknown future, at St. Matthew’s Orphanage. “Julia, I have to live the experiences I want to write about.” Apsara made a bold statement at the fragile age of 12. “My heart shivers at the thought but I cannot bear the fact that my hands … [Read more...]
Mariyam Saigal, a young poet, finds herself creative in making up stories and so one could consider her as an amateur writer. Her poem is published in first print anthology of The Bombay Review.
So how do I say no? When instead of requests I am receiving orders Somehow everybody seems to know I will give into those pouty lips, defeated eyes and a cause of honour When I say no, the bargaining starts ‘It’s not much, sacchi. You are good at it,’ These statements make my brain fart Fart of guilt Smell indicating dreadful mistakes I am about to make So … [Read more...]