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The Musing Quill

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Tangerine

When she got married, her mother spent sleepless nights. Oblivion engulfed her mornings, tea went cold each time, cups were returned to the kitchen counter, unbelievably from a tea-addict like her. ♥ Her favorite dishes, sweet and sour, left untouched... Continue Reading →

Manners can kill

Apparently, manners and I don’t get along well. Don’t look so surprised. Not yet. Save it up for what comes next. If you’ve been following this blog you’d already know that I have never been the best kid in the... Continue Reading →

The Silhouette

Someone passed away recently. A school mate. Someone I didn't know well. And yet he appears in my thoughts.  A silhouette. As crazy as it may sound but I think about him. He gave in to cancer. I'd heard from... Continue Reading →

Nightmares in the Day

"What do you see?" probed my mother with a worried look on her face, a look she failed to hide. It’s been weeks and I have grown tired of seeing things in the day time. Yes, day-time. The remnants from... Continue Reading →

Resolutions

"What are Resolutions?" This question would occupy good amount of my time and would involve a good part of my brain when I was a kid. I didn't seem to understand the term and would end up ruminating about it.... Continue Reading →

In your eyes…

I don't really remember when was the last time that I was away from her. Maybe when I was very little to even know what missing someone means. But I'm sure it wasn't for so long that every beat of... Continue Reading →

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