“To love and be loved was my only desire. I could see my emotions burning like a fire. Wrapped under my own skin, I desired to embrace someone within. But it seems, the thought was a sin.”
“Time marched and along with the time my anxiety aggravated. I glanced the clock and the door, time stretched some more. Till the candles fluttered their last breath, the room turned dark as they were put to death.”
“It was not about money. It was about myself. It was not about money. It was about my identity. It was not about money. It was about my pride.”
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Sweety Mukherjee, a poet and a social worker by heart, is an English Honours graduate with an M.B.A. in Rural Management from XISS. She has worked with an MNC in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility for over five years, working closely with the tribal women of Odisha. Currently, she is partly engaged with an NGO as a consultant. She is a dedicated mother to her five-year-old son, Briyaan. Rediscovering her passion for writing, once lost in the humdrum of life, she says that somewhere between observing and putting her observations into words, she grew up. Sweety lives in Hospet, Karnataka, with her husband, Bandan and her son. Visit her website http://sweetymukherjee.in to know more about her.