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here comes the bride

a bridegroom’s welcome- a national sentiment in elaborately floral words- jasmine scented, rose-petal showered while she stands by, gratitude-coated and bashfully decorated: reeks, stale and ana, chronistic! check your watch, let’s do it on this watch, pay her her due … Continue reading

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That LOUD Colour called Maroon

Bedecked and bejeweled, and weighed down in a manner unseemly, she was marooned on the dais, assaulted by the smoke, aggrieved by the chants, struggling not to stumble, stall or fall as she took her first hesitant steps into bedlam … Continue reading

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