Preeti Sengupta

India

I'll just say that, Jazz, Chardonnay, and the 60s mean romance to me, but that's not what I want. What I truly want is to live a life of total freedom, from convention and morality, because that's what's going to keep me young and happy forever.

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Some things are made just to be beautiful, writing is such a thing. It is an art; an art we love, but never fully understand, but in the magic and the music of it, this fragment of truth becomes slightly blurred

Preeti Sengupta (India) published:

A Prize for Pride

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There are moments we remember throughout our lives, because we want to and then there are
moments we don't want to remember, yet we cling on to them, no matter how painful, because,
they happen only once, and if you forget, you'll never learn from them.
It was two in the afternoon, our match had been delayed, by two hours, my opponent was a
ghost, no one had ever seen her or heard of her, her ranking in the national...

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Preeti Sengupta (India) published:

The Medici Blood

PROMPT: Historical Fiction Competition 2020

  “What if I fail? What if I’m not up to it? What if they find out?” My furs seemed to strangle me and my gloves got soaked with sweat, before me stood the grand gates with “the tireless dragon, spreading its wings and guarding it”, engraved in gold, as the western drawbridge slowly bowed down to welcome me. By the time my carriage passed over the frozen moat, it was too late for failure to be a prospect. The...

2 months ago

Preeti Sengupta (India) published:

Life : A mistrial

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sometimes , if you love something a lot, it often has the power to change you. but what happens when you have to leave that something behind. when you are forced to outgrow its walls without even being allowed to say a proper goodbye ?

what happens to those brokenhearted people who wanted to make a little more out of their goodbye ? do they tread on ? or are they forced into a space with an undecided road ?...

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Preeti Sengupta (India) published:

The Medici Blood

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“What if I fail? What if I’m not up to it? What if they find out?” My furs seemed to strangle me and my gloves got soaked with sweat, before me stood the grand gates with “the tireless dragon, spreading its wings and guarding it”, engraved in gold, as the western drawbridge slowly bowed down to welcome me. By the time my carriage passed over the frozen moat, it was too late for failure to be a prospect. The Castello...
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5 months ago

Preeti Sengupta (India) published:

The Medici Blood

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“What if I fail? What if I’m not up to it? What if they find out?” My furs seemed to strangle me and my gloves got soaked with sweat, before me stood the grand gates with “the tireless dragon, spreading its wings and guarding it”, engraved in gold, as the western drawbridge slowly bowed down to welcome me. By the time my carriage passed over the frozen moat, it was too late for failure to be a prospect. The Castello...
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Preeti Sengupta (India) started following EdilMayHampsen (United States)

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