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The Story That Almost Got Deleted

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 This story has been on my mind since FOREVER. It was decomposing away in my Drafts Folder that I almost decided to delete it today. I thought I’d give it one last read (we writers are a self-absorbed kind) before pressing the keyboard key that would damn it to the recesses of the Recycle Bin.
But as I read it again, I ended up thinking that it deserved a better fate than the Recycle Bin. So it ended up on the blog.

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Abstractimes!

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 Unlike most other circumstances which have forced me to write, things which have happened in the more recent past, have compelled me not to.  

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Till our Wedding Day...

 
 

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Resolve

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Her hair is sleek and shiny, the ends delicately brushing her shoulder blades, framing her petite face. She stands in front of the medicine cabinet, her expressive eyes intently focusing on the small mirror. The person she sees is faintly familiar. The tired, gaunt face, one she is getting accustomed to these days looks at her pityingly.

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La-La Land

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I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living; it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life's realities. ~
Theodore Geisel
 

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Alluring Aromas

Today morning, when I was having my first cup of hot coffee, its revitalizing aroma made me gather the scattered

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Inspirational Awakening

I have read several books and delved into countless writings, but my inspiration still remains the same – Ayn Rand. I started reading her books when I was in school and had a reasonably capitalistic bent of mind. However, I do not agree with her philosophy of capitalism anymore, but her strong and persuasive and dominating play of words is like a blast of hot air and affects you long after reading. She was a renowned philosopher of her times. She mainly wrote hard core philosophical stuff.

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The Great Indian Poverty

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Overcrowded train stations, slums, beggars, thieves, potholes, disparity, hatred, racism, ego driven generation, freezing cold and the great Indian poverty. The rise of hypocrisy, the want for more money, the thugs, the rude capital and the silent majority dwelling, purring, dying, without proper justice…
 

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Valentine at Chandni

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A forlorn Palash Sen sat pensively looking at the Chaat House wall calendar hanging crooked on the wall. Life had thrown a curve ball and the straight road was not so straight anymore. Wife Ruby was busy on the laptop summoning online strategies to deal with rebellious teens.

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Shakespeare 2.0

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The archaic melodramas, flamboyant tragedies, heart touching romance, larger than life everything. He is the world’s greatest poet, writer and a superfluous geek. 

Literature is incomplete without him; he invented words at ease. It’s difficult to interpret his style but the magic created by Shakespeare still make us think a bit. 

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