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The Ancient Theater at Delphi | Sneha Subramanian Kanta

I sat on a step, as step by step everything loomed a cry, while surrounded by silence, like the muffled tears that lay untouched. The south-west Parnassus bolsters shadows of wood and stone, how the theater was built. The choruses still interlude over summers. The […]

Sundry Notes | Sneha Subramanian Kanta

Since epochs, a secondhand book brought from a book-fair lays in my purse of an ivory blue cover and faded hardbound, titled, “An Introduction to Gaelic”. These books of wild-forest smell I hold close, for the endangered languages they preserve and for the plethora words […]