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  1. Besotted on a rainy day

    by , Yesterday at 06:11 PM (Creative Writes)
    BESOTTED ON A RAINY DAY
    Aati Rahengi Bahaarein
    Jaati Rahengi Bahaarein
    Dik kii Nazar se
    Duniya ko Dekho
    Duniya Sada hi Haseen hai
    It was a rainy day.
    Priya was waiting for him.
    “I am feeling lonely Suresh”
    Her eyes gazed on the text she typed on the cellphone.
    This song which was played and grew on her since she was so young was being played in her cellphone.
    Sixty years ...
    Tags: love
    Categories
    Short Stories
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  2. And a little more

    by , Yesterday at 12:17 PM
    I am reading The Seven Commandments of Bhagvad Gita by J P Vaswani. The third commandment is ‘ Thou shalt do your duty and a little more.’

    As I was reading this so many people came to mind. I remembered all those students who had agreed happily to be scribes to my son during his exams. Some had exams the next day but they did not hesitate to do that ‘little more’. That makes them so special.

    I remembered those people in Pushkar and Sofia who came forward to help us ...

    Updated Yesterday at 12:27 PM by LakshmiKMBhat (spelling mistake)

    Tags: life is good
    Categories
    Uncategorized
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  3. Turmoil

    by , 23rd July 2014 at 09:58 AM
    Sometimes he is very disturbed, keeps crying, shouting and running about. There are tears in his eyes and he cannot express the turmoil in his mind through words. And others cannot understand what is going on in his mind. He is a small boy who had been in the care of his grandparents but now they are too old to look after him. His parents did not really want him. They come rarely to see him and he does not recognize him. Maybe a little bit of love would have made a real difference. But it was not ...
    Tags: helpless
    Categories
    reflections
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  4. Memories of Childhood ; Oil Bath

    by , 15th July 2014 at 11:13 AM
    What I love about reading is that it takes us into the world of imagination. That world is sad or happy depending on what we read. While reading, certain words or characters strike a chord and take us down memory lane and what Claudio Magris

    says in his book, Danube, seems so true.

    “ Events which occurred many years ago or decades ago, we feel to be contemporary, while facts and feelings a month old seem infinitely distant and erased forever. Time thins out, lengthens, ...
    Comments 0 Comments    75 Views
  5. This too shall pass

    by , 6th July 2014 at 12:51 PM
    Last year, this time, we were waiting the arrival of our grandchild. Those days were days of waiting. Then our grandson came into our world and life was never the same again. He and our daughter were with us for a few months. Every day was a new experience and unique. Those days seem like a dream, they have passed by. Now our grandson will soon complete one year. My mother tells me she thinks back on those days when her children were completing one year, then her grandchildren and now her great ...
    Tags: life
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