Do your homework – Let your children dream

We hurried off to the station. After dropping our daughter off at her college and helping her move in to her hostel room, it was time for my husband and me to leave. Getting into a college of choice is a big milestone in the life of a child.  At the same time letting go
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A lovely click by fellow blogger Nandini makes a perfect muse for nature poetry.

By Somali K Chakrabarti Today as India celebrates its 67th Republic Day, the country honours the bravery of its martyrs and soldiers in the Republic Day Parade. For the first time in the history of  India’s Republic Day Parade, a foreign (French) contingent has marched down Rajpath on this occasion. With the theme of women
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By Somali K Chakrabarti   Tiny tender shoots, Outgrowths of an uprooted tree, Stir and wake up from a dormant state, Thrusting their way out, crack open a hard stone surface; in search of sunlight, To live, they claim their right The resilience of Nature and Life !! © Somali K Chakrabarti

Early morning the doorbell rang Hearing it I woke up, to my feet I sprang When I opened the door, what did I see? A courier box delivered for me !! Image Source:

By Somali K Chakrabarti   Image Source Cryptic, enigmatic,  Black  Dahlia, exotic like allure of nightfall sky   Black Dahlia is actually a dark red or deep burgundy dahlia. When placed with other white flowers, it makes for a stunningly attractive floral arrangement.   A Haiku is a Japanese poem consisting of 17 syllables in 3 lines, with 5 syllables
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