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Old Love, New Hope

Diyasha Chowdhury Hope is NOT that man who has just turned thirty-five Who wakes up every day, makes his tea, Buttons up his shirt, straightens his tie, He asks Rosita if he looks fine. He sure hopes so. After all, his wife is coming home. She smiles and says that …

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Sense of insanity : with a bit of courage.

Diyasha Choudhury Writing is hard. You would think that with the amount of thoughts that cramp and swirl around in your head, it will be easy to pen them down in a collected manner. But no, as much as the rain or the woman who smiles at you every morning …

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Balloons in the air

Mudra Banerjee There was a woman at the window. Broad shouldered and amber, black tresses of long flowing hair, kissing her waist, stroking her back. Coffee brown eyes, delicate and melting, stared at the world outside, sweeping glances down the ruined street. The little boy on the pavement hoped her …

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