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Amrit Sinha
20 hours ago

Quilon

They reached Quilon by noon. "Welcome aboard," the Captain greeted. Backwaters! She felt at home. The houseboat waded along Astam...

T is for Terrence The Boy On The Stake - #A2Z2018

A blog where I post my personal views on several topics like sports, education, technology, current affairs and sometimes a little poetry...

Anurag Bakhshi
2 days ago

Shipwrecked – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

“Darling, they say an imperfection makes one more beautiful.” “Lovely sentiment dear, but…” “Even the moon has scars.” “Poetic, but…” …

Surbhi Mahobia
2 days ago

Repeat with Pete

Repeat With Pete - A cute poem about two little boys. Recommended age - 2+ years. Read it online at www.prettymummasays.com

#insta_creations (Part-VI)

8) Hope is a dangerous asset. Hope transformed the once lively blue planet into the gray, decaying, dull and asthmatic one we see today. Hope must be disbursed on the ‘truest motives’.

#insta_creations (Part-VII)

9) As she walked down the corridor baring everything else but a Santa’s outfit, she looked at her old scars one last time. For shortly afterward, new ones would hide them forever. She shivere…

Sailaja
1 day ago

A GOOD SAMARITAN (A short story )

29th November 1992 Pushing a grey Safari suitcase and two airbags under the seat of the train, Akash sat down with a sigh with Sneha seated opposite to him. Thanks to the rants and the reminders of…

Amrit Sinha
2 days ago

Puri

I was 15, he 10. Our parents had taken us for Rathyatra, the biggest festival in Puri, and the crowd pulled him away. Frantic searche...

Reema Dsouza
1 day ago

#AtoZChallenge : Schwellenangst

The fear of beginning something new was now overcome by the joy of choosing to follow her dream. Schwellenangst meaning Fear of crossing a threshold to embark on something new. Origin: German

#insta_creations (Part-VIII)

9) A three-line paradox- Hopeless infatuation leads to scars. Scars beget scars. Only the truest love can heal those scars.

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