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She sat there staring at the morning sky, not one thing changed overnight- the same bitter coffee, the same green lush, the warrior mountain and the hovering clouds. Seemed like they all waited to greet her every morning. Far away in the east, she was never alone as the mountains fenced her, the clouds were her protective quilt, the sun between the clouds was her … Continue reading THE EASTERN SKY
With the cars pacing faster and technologies even faster, with people advancing at their highest speed to reach somewhere. There are times when i just want to stop. Stop and watch the things that revolve around me. I just no longer want to race and match upto their level. When i just want to fall down slow on my own comfort room. And not want … Continue reading Coldness or Calmness???
I can’t remember what you said last night, My mind was busy recalling the past. And, now the last words play like forgotten fade, Each fold of the sentences were half said. May be the words in his heart weren’t in his lips, But the words fumbles out loud as his leads. At the end, all I remember saying is- No, we cannot be friends, … Continue reading One last conversation,
We have all been to a coffee house at some point of time- to meet an old friend, or on a date, or to snack on a sandwich or to sip coffee while getting free mobile updates. Though we all had our own reasons, the coffee house stood there still for 13 years now watching the once school going kids talking about notes and … Continue reading Coffee House
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A series of Office Psychology discussions about how people behave at your workplace and how you can handle those situations. This particular discussion is about those cases where your superior starts getting upset about your particular decision (say unplanned leave or even planned leave in some cases). … … Many a times, at our workplace we find that other… Continue reading When they say ‘Why’, Ask them ‘How’
Those who ruled said battle would bring victory and the king and his kingdom would rejoice. Rejoice! Over the blood shed by thousands of warriors, over the sacrifices of the children wanting to run free in green paddy fields, throw pebbles and catch fish, over the sacrifices of those beautiful woman wanting to wear jewelleries and fancy clothes; now draped in white saree. Could the … Continue reading Battles fought!