Anupama writes a letter to her 18-year old daughter. Read what she has to say.
A road to apocalypse
a sound of unshuttering waves
a rusted closed door
in the middle of high stone walls
like a dark deep well
I swallow my fear every inch every quarter
I reside in the pain and it is no longer unknown to me
I fear the known now
I have lived amidst chaos and beauty
lie and truth doesn’t excite me anymore
Right or wrong doesn’t serve any pertinence
I have raised my level higher
and I have freed myself of all the desire
I speak less
I observe more
I seek peace
I offer more
I pause, I breathe, I reflect and I godspeed.
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Hey, I Am Priyanka! Mom of A Little Girl, A Voracious Reader, Coffee Addict.
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