Dispersal

Plants and trees use the wind to their advantage Dispersing seeds of many sizes into lands far and wide Some look like flowers, some look...

Not An Accident

My heart hurts As I watch you fall to the ground Once so mighty and strong I can hear Your cries of agony Years of growth And blessing...

The Sounds Of A Safe Haven

The sound of the heavy machinery irks me, but it brings back fond memories of a time when I didn’t have to listen to the terrifyingly...

The Funeral Of A Tree

‘A life well lived, Humble, generous, hospitable to all’ A eulogy with anecdotes, happy memories, Attempts at hope and perhaps a future....

The Riddle of The Turtle

I was on a trip with my family to Gokarna, a quieter and supposedly cleaner version of Goa. It was to be my second trip to its famously...

Wrap and Roll

It was a busy evening. My friend and I were tired after a long day at a documentary shoot. We walked about 4 kilometres hauling all our...

The Consequence Of Sound

There are fewer and fewer places in the city where you can experience the sound of silence. People are moving out of commercial areas to...

2018

I started this blog with much gusto, writing article after article with all my heart. The problem began when I started saving them as...

Hospitals.

I haven’t been able to write for a long time. Unanticipatedly, all the ideas I had and had prepared to write for now seem so mediocre and...

Coffee With Raunak

It’s Raunak’s birthday this week. So I thought it would make sense to write about a memory with him! Happy Birthday, Buddy! One sunny...

Leaves at Leon

My friend and I were at Leon Grill. A casual dine-out with delicious food. As usual, after we had decided on our order, I explained to...

Here’s a start.

I’ve always loved nature and mountains and animals and insects and oceans. I also always thought I was super conscious about the planet....