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- Who: Shelly Rathee
What: Fighting our own cruel self
Tangy: Shelly writes an awesome poem where she talks about how the most evolved animal i.e. man is today hugely responsible for his own mental and physical destruction.
- Who: Bhavya Kaushik
What: Stay. Stay. Stay.
Tangy: Bhavya writes a poem that touches your heart. It revolves around a broken heart. It has been worded amazingly!
- Who: Anuradha Khanna
What: Accident? DON’T JUST CLICK PHOTOS, HELP PEOPLE
Tangy: Here’s a post which everyone should read and actually follow. What is the point of being so indifferent to the suffering of another fellow human being? When you see someone needs help, it is necessary to go and help instead of clicking pictures of the calamity.
- Who: Saurabh Chawla
What: I salute to thee!
Tangy: Saurabh writes a poem dedicated to the Indian freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhdev on their death anniversary! They were hanged on 23rd March, 1931 by the British.
- Who: Rathina Sankari N
What: How Traveling Changes your Life
Tangy: Rathina writes a splendid post about what all about life can you learn by travelling. It is undoubtedly one of the best things to get yourself involved in. This one’s a good read!
- Who: Remya
What: Remembering Me
Tangy: This one is a spectacular poem by Remya about life, learning from it and rediscovering herself in the process. It flows effortlessly! This one’s a must read.
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