Tag: Childhood

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Bicycle – Once A Rocket to a Kid

There were days when a bicycle was a dream of every primary school kid. The younger ones, watching their older siblings learn, wished, hoped, and begged for a chance to ride that big cycle.
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Selling Repackaged Nostalgia to Indian Consumers

This is the magic of Paper Boat- the drink, and Paper Boat- the feeling. ‘They’ are the elders of millennials and to them, nostalgia surely tastes good!
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Poem – To Our Beloved Teachers

Its true that you will never forget things you learn.. so take a moment and thank that person who taught you.
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Don’t let the ‘Rakhi’ be a harness this Rakshabandhan Day

Brother-sister relationship is precious as symbolised by the auspicious Rakshabandhan day but these days there is a need to re-look what it stands for.
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The Special Someone

A friend is someone special who is always by your side to help you through good and bad times, who loves to see you smile every time.
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I Stepped into My Father’s Shoes

Some realise they are at the threshold of adulthood when they are asked to shoulder responsibility and follow in the footsteps of their father.
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Shooting Star and Colour Red

A life is torn apart before it even begins and what could have been a shooting star for a child turns into the nightmare of reality in a war ravaged world.
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Image of Truth: Take Me Back

Author - Aparna Negi The birds they sing so cheerfully. Oh! I love their voice. I am flattered by their mesmerizing voice. But now they...
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Change of Game; Let’s Play James Bond

Now I cry, for I allowed the man I love to feel the woman in me, letting him know the wound I bear. I cry, for I finally let it go. I am washing away a lot of things.
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Stepping into Adulthood Before Time

A little boy wonders why he had to step into adulthood and give up his dream at such a young age when he should be playing with his friends instead.

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