Tryst with destiny

Four circles sliding down
With all certainty, I sadly proclaim that my bicycle was stolen on 14 January , just a few days after I came back from India. I parked it opposite the jackfruit tree, in FEA, tied to the wall by a thick chain, like a goat tied to a tree. Despite these thick and thin locks, the person who wanted this very bike so badly, deftly managed to snaffle it by hoodwinking everyone in the courtyard. We must, proudly, appreciate his/her skill at cutting locks in broad daylight.

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A curious case of life in action


Water has the ability to blend with the surroundings. Named as Agua, Aqua, Jal, Paani in a variety of languages. Didn’t you notice its multiple personalities as snow, ice, vapor, steam? Remember the early morning dew? What an ethereal pleasure to walk on the grass, wet with morning dew, in the dawn of the day. Water has the innate ability to encompass everything on its way. Like a mother having an enormous bosom for her loved ones. The first drop of food has water as the main ingredient. Kudos to our Water.

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