Short Stories & Poetry
The Smelly Affair In My Room

Mom always did laundry on Saturday. So today she would be poking around in my room to check for soiled clothing and to put away fresh ones. I was in huge trouble if she smelled what I had smelled.

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Of New Beginnings, Of Breaking Shackles, And Of Mothers And Daughters

‘What is it Amma?’ the child asked in wide-eyed innocence. The mother smiled, ‘Just another day,’ And like a hopeful bubble, she flew, and gently floated.

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The Person Who Needs To Know Your Inner Story The Most Is YOU

The women had found the courage to voice their stories, had found themselves and in themselves found peace.

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Dear Good Indian Men, Unmask The Wolves, Don’t Just Tell Us What We Can’t Do

Good men out there (we know you exist), don't give knee jerk reactions to our troubles and do worse by restricting or disbelieving us; be our allies by unmasking the wolves.

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Underneath What You See, There’s A Person – Can You Hear Her?

Objectification of women. Just a body to many, with a face, a 'figure'. But no one really sees, or hears, the person inside. Do they?

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How My Mom And I Survived Her Menopause And What It Taught Me

Menopause is an extremely difficult time for the woman going through it. This mom had her son by her side throughout. Here is his take of his experience.

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