Christ’s Pandemic

I have always felt drawn towards Egypt from my childhood, maybe I was amongst them in one of my previous births. Soft deserts, beautiful eye makeovers, scent of old pharaohs and wise crowds in long skirts perpetually thrilled me, for that is how I imagined the streets of market place in Egypt. The thought of … Continue reading Christ’s Pandemic

Eating The Inedible

The milk tea boiled, diffusing its aroma in the evening air. A huge crowd awaited, encompassing the stall before being slowly unemployed with tea, cookies and cake (a deadly combination). She sat on the bench, waiting for her train, eyeing the crowd not without  jealousy, sorrow and abhorrence. “You shouldn’t have been so adamant on … Continue reading Eating The Inedible