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Poem / Poetry

January 04, 2016

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In a solitary café. Read More

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A story about three Americans chose to live on the Big Island, Hawaii, all three has one thing in common, they experienced living in India and came out with different persepectives. Read More

Reads: 67

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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The description of pain felt by a man in a surreal world. Read More

Short Story / Humor

July 06, 2011

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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'Hing' or 'Asafetida', an Indian spice with characteristic aroma with many health benefits; liked by some and hated by many for its strong smell was baptised by Sister Christena with a new name 'Angel Dust' on Juggernaut's request. Read More
A story on Onion Raju, a vegetable vendor in daily market. Read More

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Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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They always made sure to tell me I wasn’t perfect. Maybe they whispered it to me while I was sleeping, or communicated it with there dry, loveless gazes. No matter how they told me it was always clear: You are flawed... Read More

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Comments: 1

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“I heard your heart wrenching experiences with bad cafeteria food,” said Lord Bhim, a mythological figure and the master of culinary art. “That is true, as you can see state of my body from eating bad food.” “How about state of your mind?” “My poor grades would attest for that.”… Read More
“Well, let me bestow upon you the title ‘Mac’ and from now onwards you will be addressed as McMurthy,’ proclaimed Juggernaut addressing his cousin Mr. Murthy. “What I did to deserve this title?” puzzled Mr. Murthy. “For starters, you know America is the birth place of Mc Donald’s,” “For people… Read More
Summery - read to find out Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 01, 2007

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Ode to a Pot Noodle/Ode to Ramen Read More

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