The Collegian

POISON

POISON

Davis Karki, Oct 17 2018

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EARRINGS

EARRINGS

SUSHANT YADAV, Oct 17 2018

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Me without you

Me without you

Sunny Shahi, Oct 17 2018

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Homecoming

Sandesh! Get up! Get up!” There was an incessant banging on my door. Everybody was taking turns to scream my name out loud.

Sandesh Pandey, Oct 17 2018

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You, me and our country

Do you know what the major problem of our country is? Well, our problem, it seems to me, is primarily us. Bear with me as I explain.  IELTS, TOEFL, and Korean language studies, among others have become immensely popular these days.

Manish Lamichhane, Oct 17 2018

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The Little Paradise

The quilt that used to cover three souls together, some days before,is now thrown in a corner, dusty and unfurled.The pillow that had shared the same dream as them,is now worn out, stained with tears.The kitchen that breathed scent of love,

Sandesh Pandey, Oct 10 2018

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FADE

Fagged,forgotten.Friend?forever.this is how we came to betogether for one anotherAgog.

Saurav Karki, Oct 10 2018

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Habits of the heart

Said the icy winds to me,“Where in lies the deep-laid denWhere you hide your inbred frightAnd tears oozing out of painI see that my severe wavesTogether with this midnight rainMakes you fall and there you stand

MANSI KARNA, Oct 10 2018

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An Alternative

The current educational system is a failure and the overwhelming unemployment rates are a testament to this. Hordes of high school pass-outs are flying abroad. It is a sad state for the country to be in, but even sadder is the excuse granted to policymakers in such a dire situation.

Bideha Nidhi Bhattarai, Oct 10 2018

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Song of misery

I don’t trust this unseasonal rainIt says something while it fallsBut there’s some conspiracy hiddenBehind those raindrops

SUSHANT YADAV, Oct 03 2018

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Shadows

Your shadows,They haunt me,As dreams by the day,As nightmares by the night.

Sarthak Bhattarai, Oct 03 2018

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Halted Dreams

The glimmer of the nightly moonSmiled at me and said,“Wake up you, Miss Sleepy HeadFrom your cozy bed!”

MANSI KARNA, Oct 03 2018

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Let the money talk

Bill Gates once said, “If you are born poor it’s not your mistake, but if you die poor it’s your mistake.” Honestly, I feel like we all want the same thing—to be financially sound in life. We all work for the same goal. We want money, and we want it enough to get us through life. But in the pursuit of making money not all of us are happy. And not all of us have chosen the right path. So many of us are struggling to just get by. So many of us live from hand to mouth.

Saroj Wagle, Oct 03 2018

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Saffron: The crop more expensive than gold

Saffron, also known as ‘red gold’, is the most expensive spice in the world. This spice comes with both great taste and immense health benefits. Saffron is the dried stigma of the flowers of saffron crocus plant (Crocus sativus). Each flower of the saffron plant contains three bright red stigmas that are manually handpicked. The stigmas are dried until they shrink into bright orange-red colour and delicate aroma.

Abishkar Khatiwada, Oct 03 2018

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What if beggars were god?

And what if poor beggars were god?I sometimes ask myself,How would the world be,If beggars were gods to us?

Sandesh Pandey, Sep 26 2018

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