Air, Water, Earth

Water, slick like oil, Glistens like molten gold. Snaking into cracks, crevasses, Creeping into the stoic earth. She trills along moss-kissed stones Flounders into a bay, And untroubled by sludgy sands of the delta, To her sister, Earth, she says – You may be solid and I may be slow, But behold! I’m just as mighty as…

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Scattered emotions and home

Originally posted on Vishal Bheeroo:
? My friend Pradita Kapahi who blogs at  The Pradita Chronicles mentioned me on Twitter on a discussion on what makes a place home. The discussion and interpretation which followed with her tribe triggered my creative juice on the idea and feeling of this destination called Home. Today, FB notified…

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Cast Out and Other Stories by Sucharita Dutta-Asane: A Review

Sucharita Dutta-Asane is an upcoming talent in the Indian short-story circle and it’s easy to see why. With her lyrical writing style and empathetic approach to social flaws and topics that are taboo, she creates stories from seemingly everyday occurrences that still make the reader pause and reflect. Dutta-Asane is an independent editor and short-story…

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