Pavi Thangaraj

India

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The world is small, papers are limited, and my hands even smaller. However, words remain forever. Being an amateur young writer, using words as a sword to transform the world for the better. For the saying goes, a pen is mightier than a sword.

Pavi Thangaraj (India)() published:

The Evil Mastermind

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In a National Museum, there was an “Illusion & Science” section. On the outside, it read, ‘Here’s your biggest enemy’. People were quite intrigued, and went in to only find a chamber filled with mirrors, reflecting their own image. There was also a note on top which said, ‘You are your most dangerous poison and your best medicine too’. Likewise, I always hear people telling me that I am not able to attain my goals because I don’t work hard...

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Pavi Thangaraj (India)() published:

The Evil Mastermind

FREE WRITING

In a National Museum, there was an “Illusion & Science” section. On the outside, it read, ‘Here’s your biggest enemy’. People were quite intrigued, and went in to only find a chamber filled with mirrors, reflecting their own image. There was also a note on top which said, ‘You are your most dangerous poison and your best medicine too’. Likewise, I always hear people telling me that I am not able to attain my goals because I don’t work hard...

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3 months ago

Pavi Thangaraj (India)() published:

The Hunger Games

PROMPT: Food Writing Competition 2019

"Chaval Dena", or 'can I have some rice'is a phrase I hear when troublesome aunties come home. Why? Because Sharing is caring. This principle is very much prevalent in my India. I see a lot of jokes about troublesome Indian neighbours who don't buy anything and instead borrow from their neighbours. But trust me, it's not humorous in the least. Jokes apart, even neighboring countries trouble each other demanding food. The desert countries in Asia import all...

5 months ago

Pavi Thangaraj (India)() published:

From, A non-egghead like you!

PROMPT: Bookshelf

Reading...I have been reading for more than half of my life. Reading pamphlets, hotel menus, Gucci and Versace catalogue, shop boards, my boring textbooks, tabloids - OK! I am kidding. I don't like any of the above, but I am totally into novels - fantasy, mystery, adventure and thriller are what catch my eyes. But I am a 'strict' reviewer and very choosy about my picks. So here are some books I think everyone MUST Read.
1) Rebel of the...

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Pavi Thangaraj (India)() published:

Don't stop the music

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Schools are normally noisy. But this day was especially cacophonous. Exam anxiety filled the hall with students going hysterical about the inevitable test. And just then, silence flooded in abruptly. All eyes turned to the blonde, crystal blue eyed, red lipped, 16 year old girl, confidently striding into the hall and taking her seat. Her beauty menaced the girls and enchanted the boys. The silence was again compromised with everyone whispering about the latest surprise. The Queen of Hearts had...
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Risk - An alley of thorns

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Delicate silk threads flow out and the spider weaves its home; the web. This 'weaving' for the spider is not as easy as ours with looms. The poor one falls many times in its endeavor, but never gives up. If spiders refuse the peril, they would have to keep crawling without a haven. The arctic birds migrate thousands of miles during winters for relief. If they hesitated, extinction wouldn't be far off. When even the smallest and simplest creations take...

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Beauty... Or not

PROMPT: One-Liner

Blue and clear skies are indeed the most beautiful, but the grey clouds are what give rains... 

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