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Inspirational Poetry:No One Would Understand the Words

No One Would Understand the Words

So many times ago…
I was told –
No one would understand the words…

The words that flow so openly through… 168 more words

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#37 (Wrapping It Up...nervously)

So today we had our usual team leader meeting but that’s not what I wanted to talk about…I want to talk about our progress on the HoloCube and to do that, let’s take a trip down to memory lane. 116 more words


Chettinad - the heart of Tamil Nadu

Chettinad is kind of a holiday. Simple life, villages, small markets and great food. Chettinad cuisine is considered one of the finest in India, even tough it is not as well known as the Hyderabadi-, or North Indian cuisine. 251 more words


No Message Taken

The chapter of my life between 1988-1992 has featured heavily in my narratives this week. Memories predominantly evoked by a recent witnessing of a new movie charting the upturn in Leeds United’s fortunes during that era. 1,171 more words


Granny's Bag

A few days ago, I was on my way to town seated in a two-seater in the matatu with no other passenger beside me.

No problem there. 487 more words


Across The Waters Sans Boat Or Bridge - A Children's Story Of Tenali Raman's Wit And Wisdom

The pehalwan from the north was an instant hit. People dropped their jaws watching his amazing acts of physical prowess – he would have a couple of heavy-built locals stand on his out-stretched arm, pull a tree clean off the ground with bare hands or bend iron bars. 1,360 more words


"RESTLESS" (a short tale)

Only a wise, patient and unbiased mind can relate to this tale. On that note, welcome to this edition of TELL-TALE-TIME on VLtv. Read this tale and share your thoughts through the comment section. 1,088 more words