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Sindhu is a writer and a mother of two. A self-confessed bibliophile and a movie buff, she finds relief and meaning in doodling, cooking, escaping to hill towns, and her friends. A big fan of history, fantasy, and mythology genres, this impulsive blogger and one-time winner of the Orange Flower Award for Poetry (2018) is a return-to-work mom. She's currently hoping against hope to stick to and emulate gentle parenting even through absolutely trying times!
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Please know that I respect and adore you for being as real as you could be, in courage and vulnerability.
They had chosen the village as their impenetrable refuge- Malar from her broken relationship, and Madhavi from the war. Each of them meant the world to the other: a mother, sister, daughter and all. She started packing her bags. As she went around collecting her books that lay scattered across the floor, she caught a […]
The author through this poem wholeheartedly expresses her feelings about being a mother, living within a golden cage and much more.
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