Tag vol6.2

Ye Trees, Swaying Ramblers

Ye, ancient tales that once cast shadow tents along the blue grassland* trails Satis who dived into every drop of pyre to seize a thousand suns Stiff blocks, tough to the chisel Young shoots ignorant of the tang of soil…

Sickle Hammer Star

Sickle Joins the crescent In the heavens. Star returns to the eyes of children. Hammer alone, aching from an unromantic genesis, starts blowing on the nail heads fated to hang history in pictures. FIGURING You: A dot of sun I:…

Chrysanthemums

He always came when the chrysanthemums bloomed, not a deliberately timed arrival though. The staked, serrated white blooms stark white in the darkening winter dusk he hardly noticed. Ushering him in, her bashful glance, trembling fingers, split second confusion he…

Panthi Bhojanam

Susan Immanuel, whom her friends called the traveling restaurant, dismantled the various containers of her tiffin carrier one by one and placed them on the table. Remya Nair fished out kovakka mezhukku puratti and chilli kondattam from underdone matta rice.…

A Woman Named Madri

The moon gleamed peacefully. It was the night of the full-moon, the pournami. Hastinapura was bathed in silver beams. Pandu looked wistful. Ile had wanted to spend the evening with Kunti. It was so long since he had had any…

My Death

Though I taught in a school for ten to fifteen years, I just don’t know how to tell a story or describe an incident in an interesting way .You see my subject was mathematics. I always thought things out carefully–added…

Voices of History

Ms Popuri Lalitha Kumari (b 1950), better known as Volga, is a famous name in the field of contemporary Telugu literature. Besides authoring several novels, most notably Sahaja, Akasamlo Sagam, Gulabilu, Manavi and Kanneeti Keratala Vennela, and short story collections,…

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