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Pretty. Simple.

A poem for Spruha. She turns 3 today. Continue reading

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What Writing Means to Me

Writing is that folklore that records, refers, and rekindles life. It is that act of play where you are both the actor and the audience. Continue reading

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What a (Father’s) Day

As far as my memory goes back in time, I don’t recall participating in any such event with my father. This event was special for me for that reason, too. I can’t thank Spruha enough for this. But, I can express this by showering her with my already limitless love. Continue reading

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Wayfinding My Writing

Words don’t convey anything until you give them the required context and structure. This means you must permit for their association (with either action or empathy). Continue reading

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The Delightful Life

Beholding the sunrise, As I trace the ocean’s footprints on sands, The drenched shore slips from under my feet, Life becomes a delight. Trailing through the woods, As I listen to the rustling leaves that Share with me the recitals … Continue reading

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The Day Tour of Cambridge

I didn’t cover everything. I couldn’t. But then, I realize that if I cover everything in one visit, what will I plan the next visits for? Considering that I meant business when I flew into Cambridge, the city has intrigued me enough to shift the target of my next visits. As I head back home, I remain a travel bug hungry for more. Continue reading

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