Photo Courtesy: Arjun Mukerji I did what I had to; You did what you could. Did we say goodbye, That wintry morning? Memory fails me. Is it Time’s mercy, Or my usual forgetfulness? Imploring all my senses To capture each moment For eternity,I had lain awake All autumn. Yet so Read the full article »
Image Source: deviantart.com The day ended with sunset, When you kissed me. The boulevard was stranded Drenched with rain The muddy heels left stains Its dry and dusty The hem of the blue gown Touched your shoes The twirl of the dance soaked Window panes peeping The hair touched my Read the full article »
Image Source: Wikipedia.org The imminent danger of writing this letter is well ordinate, specified and delightfully enjoyable. But the crux of this entire operah would be my immense and huge flow of emotions, which is so predictably cliché because of the clan that you fall in – the other Read the full article »
Image Source: diviantart.com Withered leaves clattered Beneath the age old trees ‘Am lost in the woods Thinking of the serene, her A serpent is wrapping her stoney curve And she is blistering with mystic moonlight, smiling All with strange hues.
Photo Courtesy: Ayan Deb I shall not scribble my soul I shall not find vespers For the darkness, Broad as paper I offer you my voice The timid silver atrophied The rain soaked my red garden The piano lost its rhythm Come and sit by me As the evening pours Read the full article »
“I am Afia Megha Abhimanyu Omar” unwraps four distinct stories of four individuals set in four different cities in India where the characters are some way or the other Interlinked. I AM is all about the issues and dilemmas of individuals as well as the modern Indian societal stature. Read the full article »