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Days before Winter by saneesh

Rays of morning sun shining through the window, her thick long hair fall on my face, I smell them,her fragrance fills me. rays of morning sun lost among the leafless autumn trees I joyfully fe...
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Boys Don't Cry!!...but why? by pallavi

I know you might be thinking 'Boys don't cry' is an Oscar winning film and what possibly can she say about that. Or is this going to be another male chauvinism and feminism story about why men do...
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The dog which bit me '10' times! by arunjosetf

The hero of the story is a neighbour's dog! He had a jaded yellow colour. He is a very calm dog which knows me well as I used to spend most of my free time playing with my friends in their compound on...
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Last Words Of A Cursed Warrior by adwaith

My Brother and I, Were the defenders of our country The Invincible duo, we were called Knights of the Royal Empire, We were "Great Warriors they are", about us they told Know us as humans, no one...
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The keyhole by remlinc

?Excuse me,? Mukesh said. The key-maker raised his head. ?We?re living in a nearby flat. Today morning, we got out of our flat for breakfast and closed the front door. The door got locked automa...
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Will the real slim KPS Gill please step down? by homisapient

Hockey died in India this day without any of us even shedding a tear for it. The day will come soon when we can only tell our future generations that there were greats such as Dhyan Chand and Balbir S...
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A Virgin Morning by mahesh

I woke up to a sweet, revealing sensation, That took me away from the sizzling dream Getting wet, I realized; my system expelled; A month long wait & a wait for the next. Walking out to the rain &...
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No qualms about reservations if... by homisapient

I was truly surprised to see the wide gamut of views people expressed over this contentious issue in the past few weeks. The near hysterical reactions of people on either sides of the debate left thin...
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Sleep along by Sajina

Sleep forever, there's not much light, this candle light will but keep you warm. Sleep when you can, when you know no heat; 'cos the days ahead would burn your soul. Turbulence and turmoil, nois...
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The Olympic torch and foreign policy by homisapient

Reactions have been varied to Bhaichung's courageous decision to not take part in the Olympic torch run in India. While the public at large have sided with Bhaichung's decision, sportsmen like Milkha ...
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Thats me! by Sajina

I drink my coffee down to the dregs, and eat my food, as if I never knew flabs. I laugh aloud, as though no one is near, and sing around; of others don't care. I cry at movies, and scream at tim...
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Air time by unni

This happened on my return from Kuwait. I was at the Kuwait airport trying to get ready to board the 2:30 am flight to Kochi. Some time around 1:00 am, a gentleman from Air India came and announced th...
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Silvery bliss by Sajina

O ye there, transfixed at me A drop of silver in the placid sea Light years afar from friends galore, who set you atop this great dome's nave? Your flickering rays, bring fondest thoughts, of a K...
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The Great Ocean Drive by remlinc

Its a fascinating 3 hours journey along the ocean to the south of Melbourne. You'll come across a lotta beautiful clean beaches on ur way. You'll find it amazing if u r a surfer!! Wanna surf? One o...
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Forgive me by Sajina

Forgive me dear, for the unseeing eyes, that sees not beyond your loving face. Forgive me, too, for the heart that beats, beyond its limits, when you are near. Forgive me again, for the soul t...
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