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Literary Yard by Author - 4d ago

By: Ramprasath Maha alias Mahalakshmi was very determined to not entertain dowry in her marriage. “Maha, we may have to be flexible when good profiles approach us ma” her father Natarajan […]
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By: Neeraja Mani (for Madhu who was killed for “a loaf of bread”) Muddy skin of yours said that you are untouchable. Tarry-Torn dress of yours showed that You are […]
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By: Prathap Kamath Everyday my window opens into a little patch of paddy laid to waste. Some later owner had grown coconut trees there. All of them turned out to be […]
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Literary Yard by Author - 5d ago

By: Prathap Kamath As the fourth one I always smelt victory, mouth watering standing close to the third, but never had it. The victory stand had room only for three. […]
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By: Col Binu Sharma, Senior Vice President- Nursing Services Columbia Asia hospitals have created an environment that supports nursing practice and focuses on professional autonomy from decision making at the […]
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Literary Yard by Author - 6d ago

By: Emily Strauss woolen wraps, down quilts piles of dry leaves a tent tethered in a desert wash bowed against a lashing storm a sail tearing from a small mast. a […]
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By: Emily Strauss Black tire marks on the pavement— high school toughs with their cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon challenged each other to drag races in their Chevy hot-rods, peeling out, […]
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By: Ramprasath Madan stood next to the great Indian actor Irfan Khan and this is not a filmfare award function stage but Madan’s personal computer. Madan adjusted brightness and contrast to […]
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By: Milton P. Ehrlich  Hurt pricks like a thorn, waiting when waiting pains. Routines of humiliation and kindness shape the changes in your heart. The wail of Minarets reminds us to […]
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Literary Yard by Author - 6d ago

By: Milton P. Ehrlich My old lady is now an old lady. She used to cut a rug as a jitterbug at the USO back in the 1940’s. These days she […]
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