The year is 1969. A 21-year-old woman named Norma McCorvey discovers that she is pregnant for the third time and wishes to terminate the pregnancy. The Texan law, at this time, has criminalized abortions in the state. McCorvey’s fight against the law famously came to be known as the Roe … Continue Reading
There’s a bottle of my mother’s love
Sitting on the kitchen table
It’s gone sour
It’s Sunday morning,
In the piercing comfort of a place
I once would’ve called home,
And the world woke up and walked out on me
The aftermath of July grows right outside my bedroom … Continue Reading
I wake up to the sound of anklets ringing, echoing throughout the corridor. I look up at my desk to see my clock—it’s 5 am, much too early for any sane person to be awake! It knocked my socks off to see my friend practising her dance sequence when I … Continue Reading
Do you have a treasure chest filled with movie trivia? People still messing between ‘your’ and ‘you’re’ still irks you? Is your pun game strong? Got so much random knowledge about stuff and don’t know what to do? Worry not because there is a platform for you to flex your … Continue Reading
February 1, 2020
I treaded the lane uphill from KC towards AB 5, consumed with the dread of attending an hour of class. I knew what came ahead—the teacher would drone on and on, the air from the AC would graze my face, and my eyelids would slowly droop.
Entwined … Continue Reading
People in their crew t-shirts walk up, and down the all too familiar roads, names are being called, and materials are being transported — so much chaos in the air to put on the best show. And of course, MTTN, the very eye of Manipal, covers all of this too.… Continue Reading
If my face was a river
Would you jump in with abandon?
Or would you test the waters to see how cold it is?
If my fingers were high definition cameras
Would you handcuff me?
Or would you let me touch you, capture your essense?
If my legs were rods … Continue Reading