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I woke up and before I even looked at the clock your face hit my mind. Your face reminded me of how great my life was going and how much I had going for me. Then one day I woke
For uncle Vir it was just one more day in his office where he had toiled and invested a good thirty years of his life. 10 o’ clock and uncle Vir is here, devoid of any stress, face shining as … [Read the rest...] “Uncle Vir | Jigyansa Mohanty”
Shells form part of a uniform for blue crabs and members of the mollusc family. The blue crab undergoes an uneasy process of moulting. The pressure of a blue crab’s growing body becomes so heavy and intense that it … [Read the rest...] “Stages of a Cocoon | Sasheera Gounden”
‘There’s not much left in this one’, he said, trying to hold another bottle up to see its contents.
He’d been drinking since sometime before and was sure he was starting to run out of whatever it was he … [Read the rest...] “Kolkata Kaleidoscope | Jamie Shirlaw”
‘Let’s go to the movie –Phir Kab Miloge,’ said Viswam.
‘Nah… I’d prefer Alluri Seetarama Raju. I don’t even understand Hindi properly,’ said Sarada.
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The light morning breeze wafted in the smell of fresh mangoes from the orchards. It came in with droplets of rain, which fell in from the open window onto my closed eyelids. They prodded me every morning to get up.… [Read the rest...] “The Shadow | Natalia Suri”
The cloudy morning, on that day, was greeted by the sound of gunshot and rapid firing, congruently followed by the tumult howl of the rabble proclaiming the victory of revolution. The doors and windows of the houses and shutters of … [Read the rest...] “Pablo’s Pen | Nandan Dutta”
It was an unseasonably mild winter followed by an unseasonably wet spring, followed by an unseasonably glum summer. Aseem was at a loss of why she had returned, and now why she continued to stay in a place that had … [Read the rest...] “Aseem | Jyotsna Rao”