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  • Soumya Prasad
    Soumya Prasad created a new blog post, Footprints Of Time
    Footprints Of Time
    •   Personal
    •   Friday, 22 September 2017
    PHOTO PROMPT © Sarah Potter"You have around hundred pairs of shoes. You still want to keep this?" She asked."You know the answer to that, Neha." Suhail replied."I know it holds a lot of importance to you. But you are the country's biggest superstar. You should not own rubbish like this."Suhail walks to his closet and looks at the old, dusty, tattered pair of shoes. The shoes he wore the first time he came to this city. The shoes he wore to auditions while he was struggling."I might be a star for the world, but this is the actual me. Always."This drabble (100 word fiction) is written for Friday Fictioneers, 22nd September 2017.Original link...
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  • Soumya Prasad
    Soumya Prasad created a new blog post, Walk A Mile In My Shoes
    Walk A Mile In My Shoes
    •   Personal
    •   Wednesday, 20 September 2017
    Image SourceLife has never been easy for meI have struggled to get past each dayWhen I saw darkness all aroundI lit myself to find the wayBurdens I have carried one too manyThat pushed my shoulders downOf people, emotion and expectationIn uncertainty I was pushed to drownI had to crawl my way back upNo one came to help me outWhen I decided to live life my wayTheir disapproval they did shoutI worked hard every secondWith only a better future in sightI was forced to grow up soonIn the end, I turned out alrightI have my beliefs in placeI have made myself way too strongI now know to embrace the rightAnd accept it when I'm wrongI made a life for myselfA small, happy, magical placeI found a person I could call homeIn whose arms I found solaceThis life of mine has made me toughThat's what battles do to youI jumped into them head......
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  • Soumya Prasad
    Book Review: The Book Thief
    •   Personal
    •   Monday, 18 September 2017
    Image SourceTitle: The Book ThiefAuthor: Markus ZusakPublisher: RHUK; Latest Edition edition (3 January 2008)Genre: Historical/War FictionPrice: Rs. 320 on AmazonPages: 592I had only read good reviews of this book and I want to read it too. But honestly, I'm not a big fan of novels that have war as a backdrop. The only time I have explored this genre was with 'Gone With The Wind', the first ever book that I left unfinished. Since then, it has been a no-no for a war zone book. Then again, the reviews were too hard to ignore and I found myself placing an order for the book. The idea was to give it a shot and abandon the book if the genre doesn't still appeal to me. Boy! Was I in for a surprise.Image SourceWhen death tells you a story, you need to listen. The narrator of this book is Death and this is the......
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  • #FeministMondays | The Other Side
    •   Personal
    •   Monday, 11 September 2017
    Image SourceIn my last post, I spoke about how feminism did not exist as a concept for me while growing up. Thanks to my chauvinistic father and uncles, I thought that the women are expected to worship their husbands and do all the chores at home while the men lazed in front of the TV and expected their wives to answer to the snap of their fingers. Being the man of the house meant too much to them that they were expected to be put on a pedestal and looked up to. Many women had the same thoughts too and this became a norm without anyone making a big deal out of it. While feminism as a concept is making waves now, some women who claim to be feminists themselves are getting it all wrong. Today we'll look at the other side, where women expect men to treat them like equals......
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  • Soumya Prasad
    Soumya Prasad created a new blog post, The Hills Are Calling
    The Hills Are Calling
    •   Personal
    •   Friday, 08 September 2017
    PHOTO PROMPT © Danny Bowman“You cannot manage it alone.” He said again.“I can and I will. This is important to me.” Anya replied.“I don’t understand why you need to do this. Stay safe here.”“I don’t want safe, Sameer. I’m tired of being safe. I need to find myself again and I want to start by going away somewhere. I need this break away from you and the children.”“A solo trip is the answer?”“I don’t know yet. But yes, maybe.”“I keep you happy, right? Then why?”“Because I need to keep myself happy too. For my sanity, for our family.”This drabble (100 word fiction) is written for Friday Fictioneers, 8th September 2017.Original link...
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