Love in the name of Phenylethylamine

“Good night, good night! parting is such sweet sorrow, That I shall say good night till it be morrow.” ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet 4255 miles await to separate us in another 92 days. Should I be excited about venturing new lands or should I be sad about leaving the solace of your hands? Quoting Shakespeare [...]

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World vs The Little Sqabbler

I stood there looking at him, completely clueless. His 19-inch figure slowly grunted. He was too tired to cry but reluctant to give up either. I stood there looking at him, completely baffled. Why is he still crying? Can babies cry for no reason? I was slowly ticking off my mental baby checklist. Food, check. [...]

It is too Foggy out here!

I don't know how it started. I don't know if it was after watching Carla Gugino cuffed to a bed in Gerald's Game or if it was my plight to know about Stephen King's books, or if the decline of the libraries were the reason I resorted to watching book based movie adaptations but I somehow [...]

Letter to God

To God Heaven Spiritual world Dear Lord, Umm, hey there, how's it up there? Okay, I'm not really a prayer person. Not very formal either from what you can see but I truly believe if you are close to someone (You) you lose all the formalities. Since we got that cleared up, I guess I [...]

No Milky Way for Indians

When I was reading the New Yorker a year back, I came across this one article by Katie Ryder. It was a series of photographs by one Mr Vincent Ferrané titled Milky Way. It documents his wife breast-feeding their infant child and nobody could've better described it than Katie who says, "a mother and baby joined [...]

The Lost Star

The news of the 54 year old Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan known popularly by her screen name Sridevi's demise comes as a shock to all of us. Seeing her on screen along with Rajinikanth and Kamal Hassan as a kid, admiring her style in Hindi movies, observing her changing nose shape, irrespective of which, still falling [...]