There are days when I fantasize about clean white sheets and a shiny water faucet bending down with its slender neck over a tub full of Lemon Zest Body Wash and luxury. I don’t think it’s shallow that I love the cold burst of air folding out into the cantilevered balcony like clouds of heavenly […]
Indian Review | Authors | Read the works of Megha Saha on Indian Literature Magazine | Megha is a 19-year-old first-year student at Gujarat National Law University. Her poems have been published in eFiction India, Textploit and Saintbrush. She has sudden bouts of affection for sugary food and steaming-hot coffee. Although she hails from Kolkata, she hasn't been able to make peace with the unbearable humidity.
I understand why Mrs. T makes it a point to see the doctor- physicals and otherwise; It must be satisfying- getting to talk about her nausea, unfettered-about how it bloats her up and thumps at her epiglottis as if it’s a floodgate. At home, she lets her daughters stay just long enough for them to […]