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Please, just one last kiss She entreated him as they Parted at her house Before he drove away He rolled down the window She ducked down and leaned in Planted one on his lips It made them both grin Please just one last kiss We won't meet for two whole weeks? It's been 4 months … Continue reading Please, Just One Last Kiss
Come 30th December of every year, the chorus begins – “What resolutions have you set for yourself this year?” For some odd reason, everyone seems to have undue interest in knowing what everyone else is resolving to do new the following year. Perhaps it’s because they are looking for inspiration to decide what they themselves … Continue reading I Resolve to Resolve
At age two, I was that child who had memorised the books my parents read to me regularly and I could read what was on all the pages out of familiarity. A few years later, I’d progressed to reading on my own, and very soon after that, I was constantly devouring the new books I … Continue reading Read More Books!
Every morning, I make my way across the Outer Ring Road near my house to wait for the bus which will take me to college. The bus is pretty regular, and so I find myself waiting for it at the same time each day, observing the same people pass by and go about their daily … Continue reading Think of Others Too, Please
On 25th November, seven year old Teddy found a new family after his year and a half stint at the second-chance adoption centre he had learned to call home. Like many of the other dogs at this centre, Teddy was a trauma rescue case. He’d been rescued in Kerala by animal welfare worker Sushma Prabhu, … Continue reading CUPA: A-dog-tion
As my friend and I run down to the kiosk to get some coffee in between classes, we notice how unnaturally dark it is due to the heavy clouds that have entirely blocked out the sun. My thoughts immediately go to how I will get home; will I get caught in the rain, did I … Continue reading The Lives of Students