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Prashanti Chunduri

Prashanti Chunduri (she/her) is a self-proclaimed aesthete, word-painter and armchair globetrotter. Besides reading and writing (speculative) fiction and poetry by day and contemplating the inexplicability of human order by night, she spends her time immersed in Korean music, dramas and movies, and makes art when the mood strikes. She sometimes writes as @alucinor.

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He Should Have Known Better. SHE Should Have Known Better!

It was not a question of whether she wanted to be here; it was that she needed to be. It was a question she had asked herself a million times before, and she’d wound up with the same answer each time. This was what she had to do to survive.

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What If She Was Better Off Like This, Partially Blind But Otherwise Healthy?

"If something goes wrong, at least I will have tried my best, and I’ll learn to live with it. But I can’t live with the regret of not knowing if things might have been better.”

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All I Want To Know Is, Do You Make Each Other Laugh?

Like Adira, my father had a knack for being blunt. But unlike her, his words usually hurt more than they invigorated or showed support.

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Your Boyfriend Is A Charmer Who’ll Convince Mom About Going Aboveground

Mom tells stories about how, when I was a baby, she was perpetually afraid that I would fall from whichever high surface I’d clambered up. It was as though I was always reaching up.

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Our Green Laughter Was Definitely A Start Of Something New!

"There is nothing more precious than laughter,” I told them. “But there’s also nothing more expensive, or more difficult to find."

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For Women The Waiting Game Starts In Childhood; Maybe At 25 For Men!

Surprisingly, more than half the qualifiers were women. They tended to excel most at negotiation and strategy, mental prowess and survival instincts, in addition to their chosen subjects.

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