The Honking Syndrome

Listen, if you are going to honk your goddamn horn, make sure that you give me an experience nothing less than Another Day of Sun from La La Land. That is the only honking-in-unison that I can accept. … Continue readingThe Honking Syndrome

A Hundred Thousand

I wrote this poem in 2013 when The Supreme Court of India upheld Section 377 stating that a minuscule fraction of the country’s population constitutes the LGBT community. … Continue readingA Hundred Thousand

Her Abduction Story

The half broken door of PP winked at Shalmolee through its cobwebbed eyelashes and in return Shalmolee gave the finger to the door and spat on its cockroach clad feet. They entered the place coughing and sneezing and tried looking for a decent place to tie Shalmolee and Anurag up. … Continue readingHer Abduction Story

Shattered Tatters – A Short Story

I heard Ma’s voice from our 0-BHK jhuggi, ‘Keshav, you better come inside at once. It has started raining already, I don’t want you sneezing and disturbing my sleep all night.’ … Continue readingShattered Tatters – A Short Story