indi – rambles, rhymes and tales

a sliver of sky

the sky is always there, beyond my computer. some instinct of mine, first thing in the morning straight after i ...
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sunday at the keyboard

i haven't walked on grass in years. why do my toes wiggle and crush up as i type this? as ...
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don’t drag me down to your controversy

don't drag me down to your controversy lift your eyes toward the sky within you from here, stand by me ...
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taj snapshot

i must have been four when i saw the taj mahal. been back many times since then. i love the ...
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yes, deep fried, of course.

it's not possible to think of history while thinking of chops. especially mutton chops. and yet, i tried. one may ...
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the parrot green umbrella

i won't start singing but hoisting that umbrella over my head and dashing out onto the glittering rain lashed zebra ...
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remember the code?

this morning, twitter took me to an article in the washington post, which in turn hauled me straight back to ...
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for b

who reaches through the shredding the dreadful denuding who thrusts away the demon embedded entrenching who catches the sun and ...
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the chilli farmer’s son

i keep thinking of her face. the naked helplessness. her expressions are almost gone, the suffering robbing her of that ...
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a happy holi piece

you charged out and grabbed someone and covered their face, head, neck, whatever you could get hold of, in bright, ...
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keep the day

sorry but i find the international women's day one of the most patronising notions ever. read up a bit on ...
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of chilli chicken, hakka chow, and other such important things.

this morning, a friend who had tracked me down after years, thanks to writersbrew (that thought makes me so happy ...
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