Cricket stories, books, poems, and more

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I will tell you all about cricket and the technical shots so are you extremely excited... Read More

Tags: cricket, interest

Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar has come up with an innovative idea to revamp the game of cricket in the ODI format. When he speaks everyone listens. Sachin’s idea is to split the 50 overs game into two 25 overs game and thereby to have two innings, of course on a… Read More

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A man tells the truth about the death of his grandfather thirty years after losing him in the woods of Ontario. Read More

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my first novel, please support Read More

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If you love cricket, Read the poem. FOR ALL CRICKET LOVERS Read More

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A brief moral oriented short stories. Read More

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This is a wonderful anticipations of an individual. Read More

Tags: sport, cricket, game

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This is a inspirational article on the spirit of the game which most of the people in the world are enjoying. It is a fictious illustration of the true spirit in which game has to played. Read More
The coach of a local cricket team feels delighted to have at his disposal a prodigal talent. But, there are other reasons behind this strong attachment. However, in a span of a week, things turn sour Read More
This is a funny little poem who was inspired by a cricket I once captured years ago. (Essentially an Elegy celebrating/commemorating the cricket's short-lived life.) My friend told me to keep it outside and free, but I didn't listen. At the time I wanted to make a habitat inside of… Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 30, 2014

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Writer's Block Read More

Poem / Humor

September 09, 2013

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There must be something wrong in wanting to silence any song -- Robert Frost Read More
this story is about a bet Read More

Tags: cricket, lucas

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A poem about a mothers wishes. Read More

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I love the abstract poem. Read More
This is what hangs on my heart. Read More

Poem / Humor

September 22, 2012

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A boy who has a lot of time today. so he is confused what to do in this free time. Read More
A suicidal teenager plans his death, but an event at home may change the way he feels about life... Read More
"If you put a bat in the hands of Tristan, he'll throw you in the rubbish bin!" With this promise in his head, Tristan Denver steps onto the cricket field once again to show the world what he's got A short story for my little bro, Tristan. :) I love… Read More

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POETRY BASED ON MY LOVE FOR THE NIGHT.. Read More
Players are in the field The game has begun... The game of death... In memory of Raman Lamba(January 2, 1960 in Uttar Pradesh – February 23, 1998 in Dhaka) was an Indian cricketer who played in four Tests and 32 ODIs, mainly as a batsman. He died after being hit… Read More
An appropriate poem with the cricket World Cup coming up soon. The title means, "The Australian Cricket Board knocks out the Australian Test Team on orders of the International Cricket Council". Read More

Poem / Children Stories

February 11, 2010

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This one which I wrote got published in the newspapers..its a funny piece on typical indian street cricket Read More

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As folklore goes, an eccentric Hindu mystic fed up with bacchanal during carnival events, year after year, put a curse that people on the island shall fall victim to their bacchanalia and it is only way for them to attain salvation. Some Hindu theologians even went so far to equate… Read More
My first and only poem (until recently) written in 1988 when a Test Match between India and England was cancelled by India because the England Captain had once played in South Africa. Dutchy our dog at the time loved to watch TV so we made him an "England" hat which… Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 07, 2009

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This is a poem about loss and the subsequent shift in one's reality. Read More
Michael Fiotney is running away from the police because they think he commited a crime that he didn't commit. He is also running away from the deadliest group in the world after he stole 1 cigarette from them, but the group don't want the cigarette, they want whats on it. Read More
This was the article I posted on my Group when India won T20 last year. What I have written here is what I had to face then. I know its too late to publish it now but i wanted to do it. Read More
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