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I think we are at the stage, where we will lose sight of each other to the point, that it doesn’t even makes sense but when we believed we are loved all along you somewhere didn’t believe in me maybe your kind of love is opposite, it demands to be mistreated, sharp edges with a […]

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And one of those evening when the sunset early, and I look at the watch to see when Baba will come home, I carefully fold the tabloid and put aside, and put tea on the stove because its cold outside and everything looks blurry, even my vision failed me to see beyond the Jalebi Kirana. […]

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Father looked curious among a group of people, I never really noticed it- because I was more concerned about how he treats me it was Sunday, and every Sunday we go to the local fish market and buy fish- he checks pulling the gills of the fish and tells me pointing his finger to the […]

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Mum never mentioned anything about mental health who knows about mental health until the word crazy comes In the general vocabulary I heard her blabbering all the time even when all things are in order, the house looks clean, the dish has been made and everything at home looks quiet somewhere mum is agitated the […]

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The world was heavy, so her arms and body for some reason, nothing made sense that day, when she was being told that she has to spend the rest of her life with that guy while she paid close attention to him, he was scratching his head, lose shirt and bit of a tummy was […]

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Prologue : She stood in the door, half entering the room and half out, wearing a saree which is knee length - the house is made of mud and cow dung - arranged with wood which has been carved with the personal tool. That’s how it’s always been from the time they have migrated from [...]
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The bottle was full, sitting beside an old man with grey stubble, He drank a few times on his journey today, He filled it getting down on the unknown station, taking few Jalebi’s to kill his craving for home food- As the water bottle reached the brink, he looked at the signal on the right, […]

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