Tag Archive | mother

Thwarted Escape – A Review

Thwarted Escape : An immigrant’s Wayward Journey – A Review How do you review a book that is so close to your heart that you feel a maternal pride just looking at it? How do you review a book that you have seen grow from a manuscript to a print edition? How do you review […]

Confessions with Author Ayan Pal

Ayan thank you for agreeing to this interview, First of all congratulations, your debut novel is a best seller and gaining accolades from all over, how does this feel? Did you anticipate this success? While I obviously wanted the book to be successful, I did not anticipate the level of positivity it has gained in […]

She has forgotten

She has forgotten what it is like to be kissed To be wanted by a man she loves Her parted lips only sing lullabies now.   She has forgotten the last time His touch made her moan She traces her own caramel skin With her fingers Only to find wreckages of the lost time Unwanted, […]

The Bloodmoon Does…

  Sometimes you put on kohl on your tired eyes For you still want to look beautiful when you cry Even the five cigarettes in a row doesn’t make sense Only the bloodmoon does Sometimes, the black coffee which sits next to you cold It feels like your blood Dark and soulless And you still […]

My darling, forgive me…

  My darling, forgive me I am sorry that I paint butterfly tattoos on your hand When I really should be filling in the colouring book with you I am sorry that I tell you rainbow coloured stories which are not true When I should really be reading out from a book Baby, I am […]

INCREDIBLE WOMEN OF INDIA – The Beginning

  A lot of people have asked me this question ‘How did Incredible Women of India start? What was your vision when you started it? Which social cause made you begin this e-zine?’ and invariably I come up with the same answer. ‘It started from nothingness, I really didn’t have any vision when I started […]

The Touch Of Mother

  Day 16: 16th April 2015 NAPOWRIMO   The Touch Of Mother   Those gentle hands that fed me Wiped my tears Those gentle hands that helped me To tie my hair Those gentle hands that led me In the darkness The touch of my mother   You healed me every time I had a […]

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