Introductions

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “All About Me.” So, if you’ve wandered around my blog, I’m sure you would have chanced upon the ‘About Me‘ section of the blog – which was last updated over a year and half back. It is also fitting, as I recently received a notification telling me […]

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An applause in three parts

The wind carries with it an uplifting tune; let your hair dance to it. If petrichor can hold you locked onto the moment as streaks of light dispersed envelopes you – let it.  Put on a performance. Smile. Thunderstorms will startle you. ** (yes, you) are my summertime joys my box of mangoes with a […]

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Oranges and Orlando

What symbolizes Orange more than Florida? Or is it the other way? (I think I’ll start this weekly photo challenge blogging theme to keep this alive and running) A trip with friends is amazing – made more so if it’s a reunion meeting up in another country! Familiar faces and tales are a comfort, one […]

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Quoted

“We cling to the idea that success is a simple function of individual merit and that the world in which we all grow up and the rules we choose to write as a society don’t matter at all.”

― Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success

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Cursive Sculptures

I’ve seen abandoned cars, mines,houses and dogs. But where do the abandoned minds go? Are they floating above in arcs of the lightning forming fissures of black dots like when you close your eyes? What is all these streams of consciousness blends into one visceral creation? Or perhaps it is but a flight of fancy […]

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500 days of {all four seasons}

Some seasons have been kinder than others. But in all, I have reached home after spending 500 days in the US. Kind of an interesting piece of information that my grandpa greeted me with as I yanked my suitcase, with the nighttime heat welcoming me as I stepped into Chennai. Actually, crying babies and rude […]

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Perspec-tea-ves

Horrible title, yes, you can comment about it! I came home today and realized I was all out of tea.  Not even those reserves of Twinings tea bags. And this reminded me of one of my thathas (because saying granduncle seems too impersonal) who would never be found without his cup of tea or his […]

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