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Poetry- Waiting For The Rust.

When things are so firmly welded together that they cannot be parted,

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The Slow Mirror: A Short Story

Uma noticed it first when she was five. Yes, she had seen

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How To Come Out Of The Closet.

The entire ‘coming out’ issue has become a coming-of-age ritual for LGBT

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An Ocean Romance: A Short Story.

It was a beautiful spring morning when she sat down on a

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The Muse: A Short Story

The first step was to decide the spot. Not all places in

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Trust Issues and John Watson

‘Trust Issues’ are words that we encounter a lot in our daily

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Glee Club: The Top 5 Hilarious Performances

These lists are always highly subjective. Everyone has their own top 5’s

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Poetry: The Heart And The Brain.

In the old brain vs. heart debate, don't we make the mistake

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Poetry: Learning to Grieve.

A poem that was a product of contemplation on the looming tragedy

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Aromanticsm: The Other Kind Of Love.

I wasn’t quite sure about this article's title because I don’t really

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Making Friends: The Unspoken Rules.

"I don't have friends," Sherlock had once snarled at John. John, quite

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A Meeting With Mr. Sherlock Holmes.

The day was drawing to a close, and I found myself sitting

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Imaginary: 1 Short Amazing Story

Nina met Will when she was six. Why he was called 'Will,'

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Poetry: We Are Men Of Words.

The question is not really "Do I dare disturb the universe?" but

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Homoerotic Subtext in Modern TV Shows

Even when Anjan Dutta was making his first Byomkesh Bakshi movie, he

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Moriarty: Resurrection Theories in BBC Sherlock.

Okay, this post is dedicated to all those who have faced many

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Rajkahini: The Reality Of Borders.

I wanted to start this review with a conversation between two characters-

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How To Be a Tragic Hero?

Since the answer to the question in the title is not exceedingly

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