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How Huxley Haunts Me

By Mark Antony Rossi I did not mean to steal it. I have always regarded the place with the reverence of a church. But once I got an audiocassette of the narrated version of Huxley’s “Brave New World” from the local public library I never returned it. I meant no […]

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The  dancing  swan on the  lake Splashing  water  fascinates  me Reflection  showing  equal  and Opposite  reaction also attracts  me I  see  my  own  image  as  a  butterfly, Flitting  around  from  flower  to  flower Also as  peacock  with  its  open  plumes Prancing  gloriously  in  rain  shower The  laughter  that’s  manifest With  […]

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One Morning at Khwai

Heard a lot about her Khwai the river In textbooks of my childhood She came and stood Before me Like a fairy After some twenty years and ten Reached her when Saw her like a timid one, little and inconspicuous Nothing like those I have seen at Dooars, Or at other […]

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By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY, USA

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Candle March

By Shobha Diwakar Rapes and candle march seem to have become synonymous terms. Who are the gallant young men who organize these dramatic rallies and profess to shed unshed tears for those innocent babes who lose their life and struggle to survive amidst propaganda? Young schoolchildren who probably do not […]

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A Drop on Fire

Dr. Piyu Deo Mahant from Bhopal, India

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How Huxley Haunts Me Happiness One Morning at Khwai That-A-Boy Candle March Not a Haiku A Drop on Fire Ballad Of Lost Dreams

September 18, 2016 · 16 comments · Latest Post