Today's the ‘Festival of Lights’ all over; A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls; And people throng the Temples to offer, Prayers, resolving to take better roles. And most of them are richly clad and clean, And eat such dainty foods and sweets with mirth; Whilst noisy crackers burst, their lights are seen,… Continue reading THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS💥💥
Ill-you-men-ate-the illuminated, First you graded her then you grated her, left her degraded, you annihilated her. It’s so sad she got eliminated by the limited who didn’t had the soul, whose heart all cold, who didn’t get no control. The-evil-like devil they roam in search of flesh. The innocence got no hope of humanity to… Continue reading THE DARK NIGHT
I have no shame inaccepting my monstrosity,I have no shame inaccepting that I shape shiftinto things and people Iassociate with,I have no shame in acceptingthat I sometimes shrink oreven outgrow spaces,I have no shame in takingup a lot of space, becauseeveryone else is doing that too,I have no shame in acceptingthat I am capable of… Continue reading MONSTROSITY
. Whoa!! What did I just read? . Through this book, the author creates narratives on the cusp between life and death, between urban civilisation and untamed islands, between abstinence and union, and between loneliness and reprieve. . Divided into four sections (“Islands”, “Fault-Line”, “Valley” and “Snow Desert”), the book plays with ways in which… Continue reading Book Review 3: Latitudes Of Longings by Shubhangi Swarup
Across the Indian subcontinent, lockdown is easing in different ways and at different times. As we begin to come out of lockdown many of us are faced with both challenges and opportunities. Within social distancing guidelines, we may be able to see friends and family in person, play a sport or return to work. However,… Continue reading MENTAL HEALTH BOOKS WE SHOULD ALL READ!