Contemporary Nostalgia

I was always that misfit kid growing up. I was a chai ka baby in a convent in the nearest town that was full of street smart town kids. I had never been inside a shop till I was 13. The other kids had never seen a doily. I am not sure if they've seen... Continue Reading →

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Vagrancy

I am currently writing this without a functional backspace key. Yes, I navigate with arrows and delete and proceed. That's what I am up against. Not much of a thug life, this. I am also currently unemployed. Physically not homeless, but mentally, irrefutably so. Hence the title. The state of homelessness - usually observed as... Continue Reading →

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