Browsing All posts tagged under »nature«

Living my Yoga

June 19, 2020

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The most glorious thing about lockdown has been that Sid is home. He is able to get off work at a reasonable hour. And because the days are long, we are able to get out for walks most days. When we bought our house three years ago, we knew nothing about the neighbourhood. We fell […]

The Summer of Twenty Fourteen (2014)

September 21, 2014

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Warning: This post may be nauseating to some people owing to its focus on marital bliss, three years in and seven years on, since I met Sid, the type of guy my father always dreamed I would marry. Strong, dependable. Macho on the outside, cute and funny on the inside. Like I said, nauseating. The summer […]

Fruits From Childhood

July 6, 2010

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Moving to Besant Nagar has probably been the best thing that happened to me. It has put me in touch with myself. I guess part of it is because I am forced to live alone most of the times and introspect on the smallest experience that I have. About two weeks ago, I walked into […]

The Lone Tree

January 4, 2009

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The tree, it stood alone against the tide,The only living being left by the sea side,The wave with it took all else that had been alive,Now, stood only this withering oak upright! One look would tell the many storms it had seen,How splendorous and magnificent it had been,Yet now only deathly decay remained,As it bid […]

Ode to the Twilight

October 17, 2008

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As I looked sun ward by the sea side, I saw the yellow-red ball and the orange-pink skies, A thought came to me, as I stood mesmerised This could be a sunset or it could be a sunrise! I watched standing still as I knew it wasn’t long, Before the spell broke and night or […]

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To be true to my own weirdnesses.

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Still classy, brassy, and sassy after all these years

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Making it up as I go.

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For lovers of reading, writing, travel, humanity

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A long term travel blog full of stark reality, hilarious cynicism and beautiful escapism.

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learning to go with the flow by going against the tide