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Read short stories, poetry and more on Indian Review. Visit us and share the joy of literature.
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“Who wants to become a writer? And why? Because it’s the answer to everything. … It’s the streaming reason for living. To note, to pin down, to build up, to create, to be astonished at nothing, to cherish the oddities, to let nothing go down the drain, to make something, to make a great flower out of life, even if it’s a cactus.”
—Enid Bagnold
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Grandma Used to Take me ‘Down Home’ a poem by K.V. Wilt on Indian Review #indianreview

to West Virginia on the Greyhound.She had left the farm when Dad was fourfor New York where she scrubbed floors.We always bought mums at the stationfor her parents in the Shepherdstowngraveyard.  She went to Uncle Hume’s   coal mine where he dug black…
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I First Remember the Sound a poem by K.V. Wilt on Indian Review #indianreview

in my head when Dad was stationedat Mitchell.  Eight, I slept in the smallroom where the stairs met the hallthat telescoped to the bathroom.First the sound was a high-pitched humat night when I lay in bed, my headto the window and the railroadtracks. …
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A Game of Chess by Ruhi Jiwani |a short story on Indian Review | Visit us and share the joy of reading literature #indianreview

They had always been Rachna and Ravi, her name coming first because of its length and slightly ornamental quality, his name coming second because it was breezy and logical-sounding. That had been how they had connected within the relationship as well—she…
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Read The Run a short story by Madhumita Roy on Indian Review. Share and Read literature at its best. #indianreview

The mornings were usually very slow in the Mukherjee household. But today, Srabani Mukherjee had woken up at the unearthly 4:30a.m; slipped in to her son’s tracksuit; wore a pair of sneakers; tied the laces and was ready to run her way, literally, out of…
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