yes..this kozhikode beach,has stood witness to ma small feet learning to walk..the days when i couldn’t walk without holdling onto my dad’s hands,then it saw me building castles on its sand, saw me beginning to notice the sunset..and then rush to the lion’s park..then it saw me with my friends celebrating after our saw me in mamas n pappas,it saw me going home in school bus..then…it saw me as a young girl,with the man of her witnessed our dreams and visions,our pranks our secluded meetings…when no one was around to console…this beach had always been a hand on the shoulder..Ever noticed something?this beach and de waves do not try to erase the name u write on the sand…neither is it the kind which pronounces its fathomless strength in its is mild,caring..and full of love…this beach is what i miss the most as i live out of the city.

— Anitha (

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19 thoughts on “Dream Catcher

  1. Just curious, have u clicked a few shots more as the sun sets,
    Just want to watch the red ball g down.

    I used to watch sunst from the Varallal Beach near Bhat Road,
    Dude as rightly pointed out by the blogger, this beach and sand is what I miss the most

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