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A Doll House Haunting

The dollhouse was delivered by courier whilst she was out. It had been painted in eggshell white and cornflower blue; the exteriors gleaming with a thousand brush strokes of care and attention. 732 more words





Whenever you are around me, exhaustion seems to be constant.  I understand and try not to take it personally.  I have that effect on people.   249 more words


#25 Amazonia

“Visit Amazon,” the brochure said. “The rainforest is beautiful,” they said. “Imagine all the wildlife,” they said.

Unfortunately for Ryan, the brochures left a lot to be desired. 484 more words


Co-authoring with Mr Tharoor

Jan 25, 2016;

The Hindu, India’s national newspaper and a reputed fourth estate, organised its annual literary fest The Hindu Lit for Life 2016. As a part of this festival was its new addition, the Tweet-a-Story contest, that used Twitter as a platform for budding writers to contribute to a short story initiated with a line by the popular author, politician and former UN under-secretary Mr. 120 more words

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A hall of mirrors | Reflections of yesterday


Hall of Mirrors, Caloptric Chamber, Mirror Maze in Petrin Park

Interrogation, introspection, introversion, group therapy…I’ve been doing a lot of talking to myself lately, and the best way to do that, in the absence of any outside help, is by writing: … 6,039 more words


Lunatic - Pt V


Lunatic (Pt II)

Lunatic – Pt III

Lunatic Part IV

The footfalls and giggles of the girls made Luna’s heart explode into butterflies.  A smile erupted on her face, as she lay prone, terrified to mar the moments in the slightest.   1,628 more words

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