Literature

Poem: Saga of Breakup

Scratch me hard, let me bleed Show what all can be your wildest deed Pounce my chest, and lie abreast Treat on me, and enjoy your fest Dare not say that you love me Coz sunshines is what I hate to see Push it hard and drench me wet Am just a... Read More...

Poem: Taste and See

I have showered I feel like a bride My body is good No mirrors in my room No screens, no selfies, no scrolling I sense myself and the world from ... Read More...

Bengaluru’s Queer Book-Lovers get a Weekend Worth Remembering

Radio Active CR 90.4, in association with Namma Pride Bengaluru 2017, organised Queer Readings and Conversations – an effort to bring together Bengaluru’s queer community and allies, offer them a safe platform to express themselves, recite poems and discuss matters of queer existence through the passages from books they chose to read aloud.

Short Story: The Other Woman

His words appeared so cold to her, and it hurt her badly. All she wanted was a mere acknowledgement of her existence in his life

Poem: Before a Cup

Both touches each other’s face with tenderness Those big muscles draws other one close A meet of lips, commoves them deep Tongues begin passion’s war, pigment gloss   Starring into each other’s eyes, Glistening bodies in a dark... Read More...
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Short Story: The Blue Pills

In the restroom, he looked at himself in the mirror and felt a stab of pity. "How will I fake through this my entire life," he thought panic-stricken.