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  1. Infinite! - 36

    by , 17th May 2015 at 11:51 AM (Just a thought)
    Fantastic!

    Intrigued by that, Siva picked that linga and found that the bottom of the statue had been dented and caved in and a piece of some metal perhaps, had been protruding out. He had done pooja to that idol countless times, yet, did not notice that before. Just then the power came and he had a closer look.

    There was a metal piece that was longer enough to fit as the beam to support that heavy linga above, it felt. But as he tried to pull it, it came out clean from
    ...
    Categories
    Stories , Novels , Infinite!
    Comments 0 Comments    111 Views
  2. Fly away little bird...

    by , 2nd May 2015 at 08:24 PM
    These words came to mind when I saw the two little birds in their small cage. I had read these lines long back and I don’t remember who wrote them. ‘ Fly away little bird, fly high, but keep your feet on the ground’.

    But here their feet were in the cage. A cage is a cage whether it is golden one or an ordinary one. I remember the story, The Nightingale, the little bird belonging to the emperor living in a golden cage. It really hurts to see birds in a cage, they are supposed to fly ...
    Tags: birds, freedom
    Categories
    reflections
    Comments 0 Comments    93 Views
  3. Daddy's Poem

    by , 25th April 2015 at 12:23 PM
    Her hair was
    up in a pony
    tail,
    her favorite dress tied
    with a bow.
    Today was Daddy's Day at school, and she couldn't
    wait to go.

    But her mommy tried to tell her,
    that she probably should stay home;
    why the kids might not understand,
    if she went to school alone.

    But she was not afraid;
    she knew just what to say.
    What to tell her classmates
    of why he wasn't there today.
    But still ...
    Categories
    Poet in Me
    Comments 2 Comments    118 Views
  4. Hero-worship

    by , 21st April 2015 at 08:44 PM
    Over the years I have admired many people and they have influenced me in some way or the other. They may not be around but are a part of my life. But, somehow I have never been able to ‘hero-worship’ anyone.

    What is it that makes a person eligible for being hero-worshipped? I don’t think there is any definite answer. I have seen at close quarters students almost worshipping their teachers. There is so much respect, love and admiration. When I see this there is a feeling of humbleness ...
    Tags: people
    Categories
    reflections
    Comments 2 Comments    178 Views
  5. The Ordinary Woman

    by , 11th April 2015 at 03:21 PM
    Recently, I read ‘ My Journey’ by Dr Abdul Kalam. We are indeed lucky to have had a person of his calibre as one of our Presidents. In this book he writes about the smaller, lesser known happenings in his life. Smaller but very significant.
    He has written these wonderful words about his mother and sister.

    “Two of them together symbolize for me the resilience and resourcefulness of the ordinary Indian woman. This woman is a person who cannot be cowed down too long by her circumstances. ...
    Categories
    reflections
    Comments 2 Comments    543 Views
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