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The Allegory of the Trees

It’s the grueling time of the year again where I need patience: immigration paperwork. Often, I meet the most undesirable people who don’t seem to be helpful in processing my permits. 239 more words


I Miss My Mango Tree

The word Tree takes me to my childhood when we used to go to our native place for summer vacation. We seven cousins used to have a lot of fun. 379 more words

Goa : A Lesson in Life. Chapter 14: Vagator and Chapora

The final three days of this eye-opening, life-changing¬†experience were now before me. I’d done Baga / Calangute to death, and saw no point of another bus-ride to Panjim. 1,512 more words


Mango tree

Houses we remember, in sun and rain.
Homes that lived, cheek by jowl with

The maternal mango trees of summer.
Their shadows painted white canvas. 22 more words

Nature Poetry

Maybe I'll see you again! (The Mango Chronicle)


I used to be a mango,

but now I’m lack¬†of flesh.

Somebody has just satisfied his ego,

and now I’m left beside the trash. 190 more words


June 29, 2016 (Wednesday)

Updated: July 7, 2016

Last Saturday I climbed one of the mango trees near our house to get some fruits. There were a lot of obstacles before I could get the fruit, but it was worth it. 777 more words