War—Day of Ten NaPoWriMo 2021

 

Ravens hover in the clear white sky
Playfully eyeing the fields of rye
Calamity struck, a massive flood
Fueled by my comrades’ blood

The heart that yields to the Rising Sun
The hand that grips the spiteful gun
The stomach that has hunger won
Susume!” March forth, no … Continue Reading

Pop Culture Over the Years

The phrase “pop culture” is definitely a conversation starter, and granted, though pop culture hasn’t helped cure cancer, overthrow fascist governments or advance science (though Brian May’s guitar solo in Bohemian Rhapsody is positively life-altering), you cannot have a conversation about the human experience without pop culture. In many ways, Continue Reading

Origin—Day Nine of NaPoWriMo 2021

A tussle of gases, dust, chemicals, and energies;

a reverberating shock of cosmic rage remembered through centuries.

 

A tussle of air, water, earth, and seeds,

a multitude of green blips spanning across fields.

 

A tussle of ice, water, and pressure;

Strong waves engulfing layers of treasure.

 

A Continue Reading

From Manipal, With Love—A Fresher’s Perspective

Expectations are a fascinating concept. We tend to form opinions about an occurrence before getting first-hand experience. To an extent, it is what keeps us hopeful. The outbreak of COVID-19 shattered many expectations. People lost jobs, couldn’t attend important events, and even missed out on transformational opportunities. As a fresher, Continue Reading

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