Diagrams & Decisions

I was taught that everything that begins, also finds a reason to end. The end might sometimes be premature, rather unexpected or at times even a little delayed, but it comes when it does and we must deal with it then. And maybe it is the little things that end with it, and some that... Continue Reading →



'Maybe it's time we have this conversation’, I said. 'Better now than never’, he said while looking at me like he always did after my fifth glass of wine. For him, I spell out my fears in order. I fear cold rains and that someday I might run out of peanut butter. I fear running... Continue Reading →

The beginning and an end.

Every ecosystem has two types of species, one that dominates and the other that finds it easier to survive under dominance. You grow up the way that you do, in protective, shielded surroundings and at the end of the day it is always up to you to become the kind of person that you could... Continue Reading →


The musk on your neck, smells like home to me Home to me is the little crevice in the hollow Between your right shoulder-blade and the rest of your back, where my forehead fits in just fine. Your back that talks of your journey, the little marks on it your story. And I trace the... Continue Reading →

Norwegian Wood and Me.

Once upon a time, a few months ago, when I was comfortably earning a regular salary and doing regular things, I decided to treat myself - a luxury I cannot afford now. My idea of treating myself is to buy books, ones that make me weep and inspire me at the same time. So I... Continue Reading →


I woke up to the sound of a roar from the mountains, and from the sound of hasty feet running on the tin roof holding my room together. I did not mind being woken up by animals in search of their morning fodder since it was either that, or a pang of loneliness encouraged by... Continue Reading →


I have been home for a few weeks now, over which I have met some incredible people and learnt some more about the variety that surrounds me. Today I want to introduce you to Megha Dasgupta. In my narration, I will call her MD to not encourage my word limit problems. I ran into her... Continue Reading →

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