Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 2

The First Cut is the Deepest Meredith starts a search for roommates and a bunch of her fellow interns immediately start approaching her, hoping they can stay at her place. Meredith, however, wants roommates who she hardly knows, complete strangers in fact, so that she doesnt have to see the people she works with everyday … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 2

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Self-Belief

BY MEGHNA PATTAVI She mopped the room as she knelt on the floor. Her dark brown skin shone with the sweat that soaked her. Her feet were cracked and I wondered if they hurt.  Bali. She was my house help now for a long time. My support system.  "Didi, your tea cup is looking at … Continue reading Self-Belief

Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 1

Grey's Anatomy. We've all heard about it, haven't we? But, since you're reading this, I can only conclude that you are still on the fence about whether you should binge-watch it or not. Well, I'll make it easy for ya- watch it. No, seriously, watch it. I was super skeptical about starting Grey's Anatomy too. … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 1

She

By Mariela Maroto   There was fire in her eyes And water on her cheeks She has never felt so helpless So powerless, so weak The world was falling And the only thing she could do was stare Stare at the destruction At the inevitable fall of the universe itself   There was fire in … Continue reading She

Weekly Writing Prompt- Week 6

A parallel universe. On e that is exciting, different, amazing and totally awesome.Photo by Lum3n.com on Pexels.comYup. That's your writing prompt for this week. Write a story or a blog post and tell your readers what kind of world you would like to live in. Imagine something as different from reality as you could, something … Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt- Week 6

Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

Edward Thomas was born in London. He worked as a book reviewer, reviewing upto 15 books every week. He worked as a literary critic for the Daily Chronicle. Robert Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry. Thomas was promoted Corporal and in November 1916 was commissioned into the Royal Garrison Artillery as second lieutenant. He was … Continue reading Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

Life- with regrets or without?

By Subhav Kapoor in response to Writing Prompt- Week 5 A tale of hope, a tale of sorrow, a tale of love. Welcome to the tale of life where love is hard to find, where money counts, but only for a certain period of time; where hate can emerge from friendships. As children, we would … Continue reading Life- with regrets or without?

Autonomy of the Body- HeLa cells

 AUTONOMY OF THE BODY: WHO OWNS WHO AND THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS Lefkowitz wrote, "Every human being has an inalienable right to determine what shall be done with his own body." This was written in reference to the medical human experimental trials that were conducted on patients without their knowledge or consent. It is … Continue reading Autonomy of the Body- HeLa cells

Weekly Writing Prompt- week 4

LMFAOOOOOO THIS WEEK'S PROMPT IS ALL ABOUT A SITUATION OR A EVENT THAT MADE YOU LOL THEN AND STILL MAKES YOU ROFL WHEN YOU REMEMBER IT Everyone has one those fond memories that reminds them of the better days or makes them laugh everytime they think about it. It could be a memory that you … Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt- week 4

An Analysis of the poem ‘Nature’ by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson is best known as the critical figure who sparked the social movement of Transcendentalism, an idealistic philosophical and social movement that developed in New England that taught that divinity pervades all nature and humanity. Its members held progressive views on feminism and communal living. Ralph often used poetry to spread his ideology about … Continue reading An Analysis of the poem ‘Nature’ by Ralph Waldo Emerson