Tagged: Literature

The Prank of an Old Man

[Story] The Prank of an Old Man | Abhijit Borah

It was during those golden days of my college life when I and four other friends of mine were dwelling in the same apartment in Bangur, Kolkata. That was probably the craziest and the biggest house I’ve ever stayed in,...

A Thoughtful Night

[Poem] A Thoughtful Night

The night sky seemed clear with millions of starts shining brightly on the backdrop of black and velvet; the occasional peeping moon did much to add to the calm that surrounded the hill atop which a single soul lay with...

Span

[Story] Span | Emon Kalyan Dutta

Nijaan cherished the gift he got on his twenty second birthday. A Titan Orion worth five thousand rupees. A collective strike by his graduation batch-mates. Nijaan looked into the watch, a silver pointer lapping the golden dial, a smaller day...

August

[Story] August | Daya Bhat

Crimson horse faces and rabbit ears were floating in the rare August sky and I wondered why it wasn’t raining cats and dogs instead, at least, as a saving grace, there had to be traces of grey. As I watched,...

Silence

[Poem] Silence

Silence is poetry written by air on the mind – Breathing sense to the soul; To accord oranges in an oculus, And grant vision to the blind. Eternal rumblings of the soothsayer – Saying you should capture the seconds; The...

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