Wanderer's Ink

A Blue’s Perspective: Chelsea vs Bournemouth

December 19, 2018 No Comments

An awesome August of scintillating football has come to an end. The premier league has begun and it has started to make inroads to yet another blockbuster of a season. One such team that came into the season with a lot of skepticism was Chelsea. A new manager getting appointed just a few weeks before, […]

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God is alien ??? Part – I

December 19, 2018 4 Comments

Do we worship aliens? Now, don’t get me wrong. I don’t mean this in a bad way. It is just my point of view. To be fair it is a pseudo-scientific topic, highly debatable. We were taught he is our creator and is omnipresent. As of his appearance, he is described to be more or […]

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How bullied are you?

December 19, 2018 6 Comments

Did you know that about 1 in 3 children in India are bullied? Don’t let this shock you, because there is more to come. We all hear about stories of bullying in many countries. We sympathize, and start a lot of discussions on it, but we never realize that we have been a part of […]

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Soar

December 19, 2018 1 Comment

A sigh flutters my soul; A blanket of whispers shrouds; Words, whorls and worlds. The wild realm beckons; Wisps of life, it’s lure; Dreams, dares and deaths. Echoes of a ruin strain; Seams of the past shred; Wills, whips and wars. I bid every Dusk, still. I bid every Dawn, run.     Photo Courtesy: […]

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Stuck

December 19, 2018 No Comments

Blocked by doubt, insecurity, and fear, I’m stuck, somewhere within me. Suffocated by this bubble I have built for myself, I’m afraid to even let a helping hand near. The hovering thoughts never stop, And the confusion prevails. The nothingness ahead haunts me, In defeat my mind silently wails. No will to move forward, There’s […]

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The bookseller of Kabul and book recommendations for bibliophiles

December 19, 2018 No Comments

Experience at the bookfair: I recently visited the Coimbatore Book Fest which is held yearly once at Codissia. They had an impressive collection of new/secondhand Tamil and English books. One of the first books that caught my attention while I was there was The Bookseller of Kabul and it felt like I stumbled upon a […]

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He who shall not be named.

December 19, 2018 10 Comments

Hey you! The other day I heard someone say,“Love yourself first and everything else falls into place on its own.“ Truer words have never been said. But my past self wouldn’t have believed it. Thanks to you, I got myself an upgrade. The old me wasn’t someone I was proud of. She was a dumb, […]

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To no man’s land we flee

December 19, 2018 No Comments

Sometimes I feel like running away, to a place where no one stays, in a world devoid of pains, in a land where happiness begins…   So far away from reality, that I can dream free without any penalty, unbound,unleashed with free will, to escape to new life like a baby sill… I see this place […]

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F. R. I. E. N. D. S

December 19, 2018 44 Comments

From holding hands in school on the first day👶 Until shaking hands in office on the pay day👨 There will always be one pack of friends👭 Who wouldn’t leave your side until you mend👯 There will be ups and downs😎😭 Which people always deal with a frown😏 Even if you are sick🙅 You know they […]

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Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka : A hundred year old German classic

December 19, 2018 5 Comments

Metamorphosis is said to be one of the most famous and also greatest short story in the history of literary fiction. Franz Kafka The author of this short story, Franz Kafka was a German-language writer of several novels and short stories. Only a few of his works were published during his lifetime, all his unfinished […]

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