Sudha Nair tells the story of a woman whose boring life of regular sounds, voices and bustle is changed by a serendipitous encounter.
This piece is a collaboration between poetry and art. The poem is from the perspective of a certain ‘She’ who is very desirable to the world, who is out there giving in to people and satisfying her own ‘desire’ to heal and transform people but she herself as the innate desire to find that one thing can be her ‘fix’.
Desire is what brought this world into existence and desires are those that drive life on this planet. M. Mohankumar shares his thoughts through a poem on the waves of desire.
What inspires a writer? Joy, pain, triumph, experiences or perhaps just a keen sense of observation? In poetic prose, Gauri Trivedi describes how the desire to write is always within her, surfacing only in times when things are not quite right. It is not an inspiration she deliberately seeks, it’s just the way it has turned out to be.
Life seems to be flowing pretty normally for Sonia till something extremely mind-blowing and beautiful captures her heart one day when she drops her daughter at playschool. Rrashima Swaroop Verma’s short story on a woman’s desire is sure to keep you hooked.
Subbaram Danda writes about his visit to the ‘Destination of Desires’, Darjeeling, sharing his experiences of witnessing the statues of the Buddha at the Japanese Peace Pagoda as well as many other fascinating attractions including the snow-clad peak of the Kanchenjunga. It’s a visit that made him dwell intently upon ‘desire’, he writes. Text and Pictures by Subbaram Danda.
Words that drip with desire. That’s what Ray’s poem is. Read on.
A couple struggling with a new baby – for the first time – in their lives rediscover passion. Debleena Roy tells the story.
For someone who grew up in Mumbai in the 90s, Parth Pandya’s dream of owning a car is not unthinkable. But did he eventually end up living his dream? He shares the memories of a desire.
A lonely woman decides to put an end to her stifling loneliness by stepping out and living life in her own terms. Vinita Agrawal captures the happenings on a wet July evening in Mumbai through a poem.
Through his lens, Mahesh depicts the longings/desires of a person (male in this case), as he goes through life, starting with candies, toys and so on to peace/spirituality in old age.
Rajlakshmi Kurup ponders over the various connotations that the word ‘desire’ takes, especially when it comes to women.