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  • Poetry > Haiku
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    for the One who writes Haikus 5-8-5 to show that he is a rebel....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    It was under the ploy of fate that you knocked my wooden door in the cold and rainy night; I lent you my roof and I lent you my heart sheets thin and standing firm beneath the waters were you and I. It was under the ploy of faith that I touched your velvet lips with mine in the cold an...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Caviar entree, Turkey for the mains and your voice for dessert....
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    You touch it You burn yet how you never wonder whether it's the poison it harbors within or the liquids from the yesterdays you haven't let evaporate....
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    The room is fairly small, and compared to the summer blaze outside, one wouldn’t call it very bright, either. There are tiny wooden tables all around us, each with four empty chairs placed neatly by the side. Arushi and I fill two of those, occupying the spot right alongside the window facing No...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    After what seemed to be ages of blind strolling in the dark, Rohan finally admitted that we were lost, vulnerable to danger and in desperate need of help. “Alright, guys,”, he said with a sigh, “it seems we are lost, vulnerable to danger and in desperate need of help.” Arushi, who had been...
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    The village reeks of arsenic-mixed well water, patterned goats, and loneliness. Contrary to our buzzing hometown, almost no one in the entire village is below the age of fifty. Ever since our parents left the place for ‘opportunities’, Bargachhi has always been this way- empty, desolate and  ...
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    The thumping on the door is getting louder and louder, but there seems to be no  place for me to escape. I can just not bear this constant knocking anymore- seeing no other way, I quickly move out to the balcony, hoping nobody in the yard notices. "Going somewhere, are we?", he whisper startles...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I shove coffee saturated beyond its capacity down my empty throat the window open- let the downy gust of wind pour at me doses of disdain and droplets of  pain align my words and free my soul.   Alas- the cool monsoon air only brings me solitude like the glory of a ra...
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    Every time I mention the fact that I live in Nepal, my online friends seem to get into a state of mild hysteria, often followed by a bombardment of questions ranging from “Whoa, do you guys actually drink tea?” to an occasional “Have you seen a yeti yet?” I don’t min...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Short dresses pretty faces hidden fractures at awkward places.   Bubble hearts break apart the slightest touch is poisoned dart.   Fears tower words empower and saltwater runs like showers.   And here we burn as tables turn the myth of learning.. we come, to mou...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
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    ‘One Tree Hill’, a show created by Mark Schwahn that ran from 2003 to 2012, is arguably one of the best teenage TV programmes ever made.  Not only does the series deal with common teenage issues about relationships, addictions, changes and the like, its themes and sotryline offer a meaningful...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Darkness triggers her. I first thought it was peace, the occasional absence of the constant pressure she harbors over herself, but now I am sure that it is darkness; which, as of now, makes a lot more sense. The powers are cut, again. She is seated, as calm as the morning mountains. 'You ...
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    The nonfiction piece “Happiness Is Contagious” by Georgia Gray was very enlightening for me. In her piece, she describes how she uses exclamation marks to spread positivity around her. I myself have mocked several of my friends for their “unnecessary” use of exclama...
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    A team with an unimaginably heroic protagonist driven by a profound personal loss, his/her secret-but-not-really love interest, a comic member constantly 'refreshing' the rest of the team with their 'hilarity' and a seemingly tough but internally emotional member filling the diversity quota- this ...
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    Imagine a world where everything is perfect- the people are eternally happy, all illness has been eliminated, old age is a burden long buried in history and even death is a pleasant experience -- If you were offered a life in this heaven, what would you do? The answer may seem fairly obvious at th...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Call me crazy but when the man across the street came jumping out his window in a red cape with underwear outside his pants and looked at everybody in the street and said how he was finally free, I smiled- half in pity half in envy....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    We held our breaths and watched it move around and around and around a non-existant core only to find an error  404: Love Not Found...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Criminals of night blink with old conspiracies yet to come alive....
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Criminals of sky wink with vile mischieveries yet to come alive....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Last Summer I wrote three poems a day but it seems my creative juices have drained away "Write, write!", I say to my mind It just looks back  and gives a 'Nay'   Oh God, why create writer's block?...
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    After reading Paulo Coelho’s ‘Brida’, I was left feeling utterly consfused and frustrated.  Not contrary to his other works, the book does offer a unique plot and an intriguing set of characters. However, with each paragraph decipherable into a whole chapter of its own, complete comprehensi...
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    When I first laid my hands upon the shiny blue cover of 'Sophie's World' by Jostein Gaarder, little did I expect the effect those brilliant pages would have on my mindset. Gaarder has exploited his art of communicating ideas exclusively in this extraordinary masterpiece, where he presents a challe...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    In my life you shall shed light and by the end of this July we shall fly and the air shall sing and the clouds shall be painted silver (for there has already been enough rain in the cold forehead of the mountains)   When we'll reach higher than the mountain, and sun shall try to b...
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    Am I but your sun- drops of boiling sand and ashes radiant and reminiscent of an explosion.. I drip from breaking existances and I've bounced to the darkest of your nights- (do you realise you don't have to revolve around me, anymore?)   So do not stretch your fingertips ...

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