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Feelings about myself

Feelings about myself

- by Samiksha Shrestha

The happy place where I belong,  It does not feel the same, and  now it will never make me strong, The home is not the old home any more, Where we sang songs, played and...

Gender Based Violence

Gender Based Violence

- by Ashwin Kumar Karki

There is a saying that goes, “show me your friends and I will tell you who you are.” Why do you think this saying is so prevalent even today? Well, it is because you can...

What’s In a Name?

What’s In a Name?

- by Cindrella Mainali

As I begin to write this, I am reminded of an old Sanjay Dutt movie dialogue “Aadmi apne kaam se pehechana jaata hai, naam se nhi” which roughly translates to, “A person is known by...

Thoughts

Thoughts

- by Aayuska Shrestha

Do you ever feel so sad? You wanna cry out loud, let all your tears out. but then again you keep it inside you letting the pain haunt you. giving...

Like A Dog’s Bite !

Like A Dog’s Bite !

- by Sajira Shrestha

Down the street, you walk Pretending everything is fine. Headphones in and music on You walk slowly with a smile. Just for a moment, you think Life is great like...

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Tomorrow

Tomorrow

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

People say; There’s no tomorrow Again they say; Tomorrow is a new day And this is how We’re kept in dilemma dismay

My fear

My fear

- by Samiksha Shrestha

Here I am crying on my own,  Resting my head on the same old pillow,  Gliding under the bed, the surface is hollow,  Like my mind, mellow and willow,  I don't know if I'm Saddened or depressed,  Or can't figure out if it's both but I get undressed,  Naked, I stand in front of the mirror,  I get terrified, oh! What a horror?,  It's not my body that I'm afraid of,  It's the mind that has been damaged,

Smile of Darkness

Smile of Darkness

- by Basanta Lohani

Tragic , no, pathetic  Nation failed Because he failed Insane he wasn't  But insanity was thrust upon him

Childhood

Childhood

- by Rajani Regmi

In the tranquil early hours of dawn, When the prompt sunrise still seems to be some miles away,  With the first and fresh sip of tea sinking in your throat  I can see how nostalgia beams in your eyes

Most Needed Jewellery

Most Needed Jewellery

- by Sushant Thapa

The day speaks of the delight  Garden of love welcomes Another blooming flower.  A bee hovers for nectar.  That sweetness is  An elixir of contentment.  The moon was welcoming the night  With multitudes of stars it shined bright.  Forgiven are those who have  Mistaken the night for their own darkness. There is a power in the light.  Seekers cannot go astray  They have a peaceful dwelling.

Adulthood

Adulthood

- by Susmita Aryal

I hate the idea of adulthood that convince people it comes with age To the wisdom you show is often to be mistaken To be replaced with, 'you are still small and not big enough to make it. The idea of adulthood is suffocating When you aren't fully able to decipher what's being like an adult really  When everything around seems going like just the day before you turned 20

Twenty One

Twenty One

- by Samiksha Shrestha

Twenty one Turned 21, but I haven't grown up much, I'd be successful, but wait that's just a hunch, Lately, I have realized my life is nothing but a pun,  And that the world continuously spun, Dizzy in these rapid circles of chaos, I found myself in a different cosmos, I can't figure out the realm,

Gaining new perspective at “Khola 2.0: 32 cycles of life”

Gaining new perspective at “Khola 2.0: 32 cycles of life”

- by Nhunibha Shakya

Being a student of traditional Buddhist art at Aksheswar Traditional Buddhist Art College, Pulchowk, we visited an art exhibition on March 27, 2022, located at Dokaima café, Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur. The exhibition titled “Khola 2.0: 32 cycles of life”, was conducted by tulikaa.com and curated by Ujen Nordu Gurung.

Evolution of Our Body and Soul

Evolution of Our Body and Soul

- by Samir Shakya

We human beings have evolved from a single-celled organism to a complex multicellular organism, who can think about its origins. Similarly, our consciousness/ soul must have evolved alongside our body.

Paused Tears

Paused Tears

- by Sabina Thapa

Through my Thick and thin, Highs and lows. You’ve relieved me rolling down from my eyes. Be it grief or be it Joy, Be it Empathy or be it pain, You’ve comforted me with your drain.

Marriage is bliss

Marriage is bliss

- by Sailesh Chaudhary

A marriage is a promise to be with each other all our life. When we are married to someone, they not only became our responsibilities but part of our life.

The kid that did lost

The kid that did lost

- by Binesh Shrestha

The kid that did lost Once the friendly one who enjoyed company of all, now all he does is scrawl. Gulping down pints of liquor was one of the best things now he cared for and thinking about his future was one of the few things he was scared of.

Let us Request Dnieper

Let us Request Dnieper

- by Rupsingh Bhandari

The river Dnieper  Which slithers out from Valdai Russia to Ukraine  Is sleepless without knowing any reasons  As the old grandma,  Dnieper never confused by the conspiracy of the world  Now swelling with many unanswered questions

I Prefer Gray

I Prefer Gray

- by Binesh Shrestha

Not all you meet tend to stay Some are just strangers, passing along the way People seem so vivid, and I prefer gray If only one could stop reminiscing, but alas I'm not made of clay.

The Tale of the Honey Bees

The Tale of the Honey Bees

- by Aakanchhya Neupane

One day the company trailed off for the meadow to collect their business booster: beehives, bees, and their honey. This Company would never stop. One of the members, Emmet, was carefully picking off a beehive out of a tree. The bees inside felt something. The bees realized they were being taken away from their home and they quickly acted even though they couldn’t do much. Bees are small but they can annoy people very easily. The bees wouldn’t want to sting people because their stinger would be stuck but they could buzz around faster and faster to annoy people.