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April 2015, vol 11 no 1

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Kasturi Jadhav

Free Falling

When you love a song, it is sweeter to chance upon it playing on the radio, a strain of it drifting from a stranger's window. Because when you own it, it loses its charm, becomes commonplace, within your reach; to play it often is to tire of it.

cappuccino foam —
lift doors close
on a stranger's smile