Wuthering Heights – An Excerpt

'Yes, she's dead!' I answered, checking my sobs and drying my cheeks. 'Gone to heaven, I hope; where we may, every one, join her, if we take due warning and leave our evil ways to follow good!' 'Did SHE take due warning, then?' asked Heathcliff, attempting a sneer. 'Did she die like a saint? Come,... Continue Reading →

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What is Love?

Growing up watching the mindless melodramatic romance in movies, I always thought love was something that got you butterflies. That a mere smile lights up your life when that one person so much as looks at you. How it sends shivers through your body when they so much as accidentally touch you. The tickling feeling that brushes... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Juxtaposition…

I love the way thoughts are transformed into words so brilliantly by those few among us who are just so good at it. This one is for J.

Book to the Future

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Silence pervades the cold dark night, in this peace…

I think of you.

I gaze at the stars and their associated wonders.

I think of you

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The last email of my day has flown across the ether,

A sense of melancholy at the broken connection.

A new day beckons, I cannot contain myself,

I should sleep, though it seems a waste when you are in my world.

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I sit alone and smile

I think of you.

I dare to dream of realities unrealised

I think of you.

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Sensual beginnings to a day’s end, a beautiful juxtaposition,

A wondrous sense of magic flows in me, ancient and unknowable.

Is this what others understand?

No, not like this…nothing can be like this.

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I think of you.

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Fifty Shades of Grey: Book Review by Asha Seth

Okay, Point no. 1: Do not run behind books based on the hype around you. That's the first lesson I learnt. For some goddamn reason, everywhere around me I just saw Fifty Shades. In trains, buses, at work, with friends, around strangers it was just talks about Fifty Shades. I guess I must have absolutely lost... Continue Reading →

A Walk to Remember: Book Review by Asha Seth

I've read this book many times now and every time I read it, I keep falling in love with the 2 main characters Jamie Sullivan and Landon Carter, the two main characters of the story. While I read through the book, I could feel growing with these characters. The story is so simple and yet so... Continue Reading →

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