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by Ishani Dash

That One Thing

On February 14th, I woke up to a text from my ex-boyfriend. Turns out, he was getting married. Not to me, of course, but I was invited to the wedding.

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by Abhipsita Kundu

Skin Deep

Amanda sat in her lucky emerald green dress at her favourite Chinese restaurant staring at the man she’d been on a date with.

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by Vee

The Dollhouse

We stopped being friends that autumn, him and I.

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by Rohan Parekh

Calling

“Face the wall.” The homeless man says while pointing a gun at us. All ten company vice presidents, including me, do not hesitate to obey.

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by Shubhangi Bhatnagar

Christmas Crucifixion

“Peter, could you get the door?”, Sara shouted over Michael Bublé playing in the background. The Johnsons were decked out in their finery. A horrible year was finally coming to an end.

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by Chirinjibi Thapa

The Park Where Birds Don’t Fly

We always met at the same spot. The neatly laid out bench in the middle of a worn-out park. I would always wear formals — with shirts and pants of contrasting colours.

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by Riya Tortilla

Model Citizen

Rohan is a 20 something, typical NRI frat-dude, who is back in his country because of the pandemic.

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by Mehak Mathur

Jasmine

The strong winds whizzing through her bedroom’s window were posing a challenge for the sharp metal blades.

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by Mehak & Rohan

Happily Ever After

He was at the bakery wondering what would satisfy his wife’s sweet tooth.

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