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Coffee and Tea – could be a light dose of happiness for some people, but for some, their daily routines cannot go by smoothly without a fresh cup of brewed coffee or milk tea. The poet of the month competition,

Six years ago, I met a doe-eyed Desi poet (who refused to call herself one then) on Instagram. When I scrolled through her posts, I noticed how passionate and considerate she was in voicing her thoughts with delicate words. And

The burning embers and the spitting flames, The falling flakes of the silvery remains. But if every cloud has a silver lining, However can I leave mine dying? So I built myself from the dusty cinders, Strand by strand from the scattered flinders. From the cold

International Women's Day may have passed a few weeks ago and Mother’s Day went by a few days back, but our love and admiration for these empowering humans continues to grow every day. Despite being exhausted from working with no

The following poem is a representation of life and its trials. Moreover, it mimics the expedition of the game ‘Journey’ and the many stages it depicts within. From the open sands to the enclosed plains of blue, life is an

2020 was indeed a little messy. It left the majority of us shattered and in a state of distress – perhaps by dealing with the loss of someone close, or losing your job over the pandemic. While for some, it

“Live the Life of Your Dreams: Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.”― Roy T. Bennett, the Light in the Heart With this inspiring quote, let

The poet of the month competition, held by Poetry Club, saw this month’s theme as ‘Expectations’. Photo credits: Unsplash “Expectations were like fine pottery. The harder you held them, the more likely they were to crack.”  ― Brandon Sanderson With this inspiring quote and