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Understanding what externalities are and how they can be used in making the most of your decisions can make a difference between "the devil and the deep blue sea" as the popular adage on difficult decision situations say. I narrate the story of the mango grower and the beekeeper to further make...
Short Story | Updated Nov 11, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
We Are the Lava Rock Stars
We sing in harmony
Every tree is a free concert hall
We sing 12 hours non-stop from 6 to 6
No R&B, Rock, rap, reggae or calypso
We sing pure Coqui Puerto Rican Style
We are the rock stars
Singing from trees on Lava rock
Mango is beleived to be native to India. Mangoes outside India too have superb quality; Hawaii is one of those places where one can get top quality mangoes.
So a few weeks ago I entered a writing competition (don't think I've got through but hey!) and this was my very last minute very cheesy very random entry :DD
Its about the art of selling Mango Fruit In India and the sheer nightmare when the price is bargained for.
Short Story | Updated Oct 26, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A poem about the most amazing dip in the world: Mango Chutney :D
Poetry | Updated Sep 6, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Kiwarumi, a young thief, flees from harm - then must deal with her best friend Qithak's immature behavior.
â€œJuggernaut was taking a stroll on Collins Avenue in North Miami Beach; the Sun was slowly setting and the breeze was cold, it can get cold in Miami in January, thought Juggernaut, then suddenly he heard a voice shouting his name â€œHey Juggernaut, is it you,â€ Juggernaut looked...
South Indian â€˜Idliâ€™ and â€˜Vadaâ€™
Canâ€™t eat without coconut chutney and spicy sambar;
Deep fried puffy â€˜Puriâ€™
Canâ€™t eat without vegetable curry;
By Urquhart Rackharrow
This poem was my response to Sandra Cisenraros' The House on Mango Street, specifically the chapter called 'Four Skinny trees.'
It is in a prose format.
HAS TO BE 1ST AND LAST SENTENCE OF STORY
Mango - I counted slowly to ten to calm myself down. Unfortunately, it didn't work.
WHAT MY STORY HAS TO BE AROUND
Yellow - Broken Picture frame
CHARACTER IN THE...
Essay is about the sometimes painful experiences of growing up.
Fruit is awesome.
This poem-story is aimed for our teenagers to learn from our experiences and NOT to commit the same mistakes as we did and it INVITES all of you to SHARE your ideas on DE-STRESSING...
It also incorporates 3 challeges in this -
1. Laurel - the cover snap of a Mom and a child - a place called...