Another one that dates back to my tenth grade. This is the poem I’d recited during my batch’s Farewell Party. It’s a little childish but it took me back to that day and left me smiling. So, here goes. Continue reading “Farewell”
This poem dates back to 2012. I was in tenth grade and I’d written this to explain the concept of oxymoron to my friends. I’m just unearthing a few readable stuff from my schooldays. Continue reading “Good Grief”
Do you see her? Yes, that’s her. She’s a smart, young woman, down to earth and friendly. She got married a year ago and she lost her husband three months after marriage. It was too huge a loss to take in that short a notice. Sad, isn’t it?
Today, I sit down to write a letter that you will probably never come across in your life. But, I’m going to float it in the vast oceans of the internet, hoping that someday the bottle with this letter reaches your shore.
July 2nd 2016 – Shruthi Sridhar
Two days since the prime suspect of the Swathi murder case was taken into Police custody from his hometown, another similar crime has been committed in Telangana. 18 year old Sandhya has been brutally murdered by a man whose advances were rejected by her. Articles and posts presenting varied perspectives on such heinous crimes and their outrageous motives have made us think twice about the society we live in, safety of women and influence of movies. Continue reading “Love, Safety and Women? “