Prachi Bhardwaj

Bio: It must be the strangest thing in the world for a writer, to write a word or two about him/herself. Hello, let me be as weird as I have survived while I tell you I write poems, stories, journals in life. I am an overtly sentimental human, an inevitable maze of contradictions and an extreme non-conformist. In very plain words, i just eat. breathe. read. write and roam like a wreckage always with a hope of being reborn into anything that I am not, today. To be useful, I do many things like teaching, colouring, cooking, traveling, meditating, content curating and not to be useful, I often search for oblivion, a hermit to be free of the world, as much is possible in a lifetime. I love trees, flowers, mountains, landscapes, rainfall and the seas, oceans and lakes more than human existence on this blooming earth. With all sanity intact, I also believe that I am a child of the sea and an extended soul of Sylvia Plath. If I have not already overdone my own introduction, I would wish for you to know that I am always willing to live a free and peaceful life with all my soul, trying to reduce my paradoxes to simplicity.

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  1. Hi there,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my little corner of the blogosphere and the follow, your support is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing more from you πŸ™‚

    Have a great day,


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"….all artists, regardless of degree of talent, are a painful, paradoxical combination of certainty and humility, constantly in need of reassurance, and yet with a stubborn streak of faith in their own validity no matter what."

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