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    When I muttered, “Wear black, it suits you good,” She picked up the green velvet. When I turned off the Telly, She scowled shattering the glass, cursing under breath. When I mopped her room and dusted around, wheezing, She stomped her feet, yelled and shooed me away. And when I offered a hand, “Stay out, mother! You’re too old!” she snarled at my way. I dusted off the old album, There she was; a young lady in patterns, hopping about. I was nowhere (Not that I was supposed to be), she was co…

  • TMYS Review September 2020 : UNDERSTANDING, FEELING AND RESPONDING TO DEPRIVATION IN THE TEEN WORLD

    PERSONAL, SOCIAL, CULTURAL REALITIES AND CONFLICTS OF ADOLESCENCE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order Your Copy from Amazon India Contact us to order the full volume or a set (I to VII) @INR70/- : tmysreview@gmail.com About TMYS Review June 2020 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------…

  • The Beast in the Fog

    Felix groaned reluctantly. The walk was becoming somewhat back-breaking, now that he had travelled a long way. His face was red; hands white and sweaty. He glanced over to the road. People were busy; no one bothered to notice Felix’s pain. Depressed, he trudged forward. Life was dull for Felix, or that's what he thought. His pessimism was quite appreciable. Perhaps it was due to his recent accident of blowing up the laboratory in his college. No wonder he was suspended. Stuck at home, he felt cr…

  • Best Beloved

    Thud! fell another apple. Noah looked at it contentedly. Sitting on the nearby bench, he smiled to himself. He was fond of this particular tree; A truly captivating apple tree. With its different shades of green and delicious red, the tree had grown to quite a size since Noah had planted it as a little boy. He still visited it whenever possible. On the south park it stood, like a faithful servant. Children came to play and ate the fallen apples and also plucked a few. Noah had disapproved in the…

  • The Point of Fear

    The amber sunlight fell on Oliver's pale face as he rested his feet upon a mossy rock. He looked around to see a breath-taking view before him. The setting sun reflected its colour on the blue sky, making it appear like a canvas of an artist. A smile formed on Oliver's face. With the babbling birds and the huge mountainous trees before him, he didn't feel alone. Instead, he felt exuberant of the fact that he was going to conquer the world. Oliver experienced a new enthusiasm as he strolled towar…


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