As children, creativity abounds within all. That’s marred by so many factors as we blossom into adults. Unleashing our fears and just getting down to picking up our passions where we left off is not oft deemed easy, and so while this piece speaks of writing, one may consider it applicable to all those other

My Mother

A description of a mother through a child’s eye is always beautiful. This young poet articulates his mother’s caring nature and how he views her as a friend, guardian and parental figure via a few simple words.   Simple yet strong, She likes a song, That’s my mother. Caring yet strict, She has a funny

Walk into the Light

At times one finds it difficult to move forward in life, it is in times like these when one needs hear their inner conscience and build the courage to move forward. This poem encourages the same. Afraid of what lies ahead, Clinging on to the past, Walked an empty soul, Searching for a guided path…

New Approaches to Classroom Training

The past decade has been all about thinking beyond the textbook and challenging the capabilities of the students by making the classroom training more holistic, taking it outside books. The integration of technology is no longer a debatable issue in the classroom and in fact, many schools have started to leverage technology in the form

The Ghost of Neil Damiens

Dive into this short story traversing centuries and brimming with character, written by a child author to give us a slight peek into the world bygone. Many years ago, there lived a rich man called Neil Damiens. He lived in the Damiens’ bungalow on Heather street with his wife and two children and was the

Fatality of Trust

  Explore the frailty and mortality of trust, and its delicate hold on our emotions through this thought-provoking poem. Human emotion, Is a world of commotion, it searches for security, & protects the heart with priority. No matter the relation, The question remains certain, Are you worthy to hold,   The delicate thread of ‘trust’,

Let Go! (Poem)

Holding onto anything too tightly is never a good thing, so why do we harbour the ill others bestow? The young poet beautifully expresses this through her heart touching poem. There is anguish and anger in my eyes; Tears roll down my cheek. I spread my wings to soar high, But soon my wings are

Lock & Key

  I gaze out of the window… I just see a tree. It has shed its leaves, And soon will get new ones. Is the same going to happen with me? Our life is so illusionary, Evolving into more and more problems. Until and unless we evoke the Fighter within us, We’ll just be running

Born Tagged

  Born in the limelight, the venetian raised by multiple riggings, Little did the new born know he would have to raise his standards too. In the centre of the stage with multiple characters around, He could never dip his hands into the chocolate jar, With his relatives prodding… Recording his life like a biopic,

Journey to Heaven (Poem)

  “Journey to Heaven” is a poem that was inspired from the thought of a world unknown. Death is certain, but the life after it is unknown, giving the liberty to an poet or author to explore his or her creative side. As a poet exploring human emotions in different circumstances gives me joy and

Hitched to Fall in Love (Poem)

This poem is an outcome of an observation that I have made  by witnessing couples who found love via arranged marriages. It is attempt to create a short narrative tale of a couple that retraces their journey since the day they met and how they have grown. It’s purely fictional! It attempts to capture the

Life (Poem)

  ‘Life’ is a special poem by our youngest ever poet ‘Simran Jayarao’  which depicts her maturity at such a tender age.  Life is like a road You don’t know which turn leads you where Sometimes you end up in situation of which you are not prepared. Life is like a dream Fiction all around
To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. – Herman Melville Tony V Francis has done just that. He has chosen a mighty theme in exploring eighteenth-century Calcutta through the eyes of a schoolboy. The plot visits the renowned but fallen San Souci Theatre, and follows the boy, also named Tony, as

Fly High (Poem)

Fly High gives its readers a message of relentlessly working towards their plans, keep their heads held high and move in a set direction. There will be obstacles and there will be challenges, but the journey is more beautiful than the goal itself. One just needs to embrace it. 

The Man in a Hat (Poem)

    Sitting in this secluded part “Reserved to myself” “Enjoying the solitude Or a refreshing beverage” You presume You are misguided People look at me, bewildered Just a lonesome old man in a corner Having an urge to converse with me But decide against it, thinking “He will soon wither away Let him be