Author Archives: Dhvani Parekh

About Dhvani Parekh

A simple girl in a complicated world.

Fly, you fools!

‚ÄčIt’s so easy to fool people, Post a happy picture, write a cool caption. The eyes that do not smile, Tell a story of their own, only if you wait for a while. Why are we scared, constantly afraid, Of … Continue reading

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Powering through.

When air becomes suffocating to breath, You’re scraping through. When familiar faces look back through strange eyes, You’re scraping through. When bonds become bondage, You’re scraping through. When you feel like you’re running, even while you’re still, You’re scraping through. … Continue reading

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I am.

Often have I wondered, why do we exist? We are like plague, devastate as we please. Life is not just a four letter word, I have heard that line a million times; But I feel we make pompous meaning out … Continue reading

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Tangled threads…

As I picked up my pen today, I knew I had a lot on my mind, But the pen wouldn’t move as I did not know what to write; Where do I begin from, do I start from the end, … Continue reading

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Ordinary, yet extraordinary

It is indeed strange how certain thoughts always reside in the recesses of your mind and come back to life, as soon as anything even remotely connected to it occurs. Here’s a chaotic account of all that happened today. Where? … Continue reading

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Ae Dhvani, kya bolti tu?

Everybody is busy reviewing their year and as much as you feel like giving those reviews a cold shoulder, you cannot escape its despicable claws. As I was talking to a friend yesterday and discussing the year that went by, … Continue reading

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The one that knocked me down.

I had duly hoped that the first blog post I would make about my time at Teach for India would be a positive one, full of hope and magic. But as realities go, this one is starkly opposite to what … Continue reading

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