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May 2021

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

‘Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder’, a statement which we often use, but it seems like we have set a stubborn criterion in our mind for beauty. If we see someone that does not fit into this criterion,

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

Every culture has a staple dish or item that is synonymous with its identity as a group.  Egyptians with their falafels, Greeks with their stuffed vegetables and the French with their oh-so-buttery croissants.  It’s fascinating how these dishes begin to take a