Anilkumar Kurup

A Little Romance

By Anilkumar Kurup in Romance | Reads: 239 | Likes: 0

He felt, looking back, it was funny, fascinating and a little blushful to recollect the silliness that surrounded the infatuations of the golden teen and early youth. It would seem like a long due self-confession of a once juvenile delinquent if he now puts them into words. The prelate and the confe  Read More...

Published on May 20,2020 11:38 AM

St Antony & a Quiet Sunday

By Anilkumar Kurup in General Literary | Reads: 236 | Likes: 0

  The boat ride back from the island seemed swift. I jumped out on to the wharf that was feet and a half above the deck and unknowingly and perhaps appearing to ignore the rest of the women folk extended my hand to her to hold and hoist up on to the wharf. That chivalry apparently did not go u  Read More...

Published on Apr 16,2020 11:47 AM

Time Machine- Part-2

By Anilkumar Kurup in General Literary | Reads: 239 | Likes: 0

How tall and big can a man grow if he lives a hundred? What hurt him was he could not understand the logic of chopping down a tree that has seen more than two centuries of sun and rain to cremate-burn a man, a man who lived for about seventy- may be eighty-odd years. Why must people cut down a tree   Read More...

Published on Apr 5,2020 11:29 AM

Time Machine- Part-1

By Anilkumar Kurup in General Literary | Reads: 345 | Likes: 0

He swerved the car into the exit on the right. The street could be missed as the old landmarks he remembered were all gone, but yet he had the hunch that this was the one. He was not wrong.. As he let the car speed gently down the asphalt country road that was once long winding dusty strip strewed d  Read More...

Published on Apr 5,2020 11:18 AM

The Tiny Window

By Anilkumar Kurup in General Literary | Reads: 303 | Likes: 0

“And now I may dismiss my heroine to the sleepless couch, which is the true heroines portion- to a pillow strewed with thorns and wet with tears. And lucky may she think herself, if she gets another goodnights rest in the course of the next three months.” Jane Austen   We did not ke  Read More...

Published on Mar 25,2020 11:42 AM

The Agony of ECG

By Anilkumar Kurup in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 439 | Likes: 0

The first time it happened was long ago. It was a few weeks before my wedding that I booked in at a city hospital in for a general medical check. With quite an indulgent living, it was wise to have a medical check before pulling another person on board. Besides, the deaths of two people I knew persu  Read More...

Published on Mar 24,2020 05:27 PM

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