Stories By 'BIBEK ADHIKARI'
In essay A Word in Favor of Rootlessness, John Daniel writes: “When human beings settle in a place for the long run, good things occur overall. But there are dangers.” We also faced one major threat: the hostility of committed dwellers-in-place.
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Fire consumed your letter,Curling its soft words into ashes. I gathered the soot and framed youIn a floating candle bowl
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You wrap me around your arms,You whisper soft, secret words. You put your mouth on my mouth,You hiss the word, “Love.”
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In the beginning of the end was that desire Swarming, exuberant, wriggling: like newborn maggots
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He joins a private high school in 2010 and goes to a government college in 2012. It is amidst this crazy tumult of his late teens that he sees, albeit hazily, what kind of future lies in front of him.
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His eyes followed the thread of the lines, lingered at some stanza breaks, and retraced its path from the end to the beginning.
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