Archu From The Archive, Fictional

Short Story: Room Service

I stood paralyzed on the spot. I was absolutely awestruck and honestly helpless in front of the Greek God disguised as a mortal man. If virtues can be shaped, there they were, courage, compassion and kindness, carefully chiseled into his intricately carved features. If handsomeness can be quantified, there stood six whole feet of raw handsomeness in an arm’s length…

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Archu From The Archive, Personal

Re-discovering myself

It has been close to two weeks since I left India. What can this post be about? I can go on about how terribly I miss my family back home. I can go on about my fascination for the snow and everything white and new. In fact, I have plenty of things to drone on endlessly for many more posts…

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Archu From The Archive, Personal, Poems

Farewell India

I am not a great traveler, I haven’t seen the world. India has been my home, Through all the years I am old. With books as my windows, I’ve gathered the most I could. The prints have painted pictures, Revealing more than what it should. I am so eager and excited, A little scared and anxious too. My life is…

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