Archive | November, 2006

A murder of sorts

While cleaning out my cupboard today, I discovered the stock of cheap fiction with even cheaper characters, which had sustained me in my Deutsch lectures in school. Looking over them, I felt remarkably nostalgic. No Shaw or Hardy or Austen had ever given me the vicarious thrills which these novels with their sleazy characters and […]

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The flame of the forest

It doesn’t seem fair that the world is this colourful when my life is so drab.Fortunately Nature doesn’t really care how you feel…Took this at my bro’s place…It’s a Gulmohar tree. Thanks to ImageShack for free Image Hosting

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Of Orals and Disasters

I dug this out from my archives of junior year inanity. This is something I scribbled in the middle of an Applied Electronics lecture that was extraordinarily boring, even by Kelkar’s standards. It eventually wormed its way into the college magazine, the vociferous objections of the magazine secretary notwithstanding . T.E. was a time of […]

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Tap dance of the sugar plum fairy

Ta ta ta…. tut ta tuta…Ta ta ta…tut ta tutaTa ta ta…. tut ta tuta…Ta ta ta…tut ta tuta Ti taa Ti Taa Ti taa Ti Taa TaTi taa Ti Taa Ti taa Ti Taa Ta Ta da!

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