About Anulal


A poet and story teller, Anu Lal has been a blogger for more than four years. His blog, The Indian Commentator is one of India’s leading blogs. He keeps another active blog, which is dedicated for freelance writing solutions and helping beginners with their writing problems. The blog is called Bountiful Word. A translator and a writer, he also works as a Lecturer in English at College of Applied Science, Cannanore, in Kerala, South India.

The first book in his ‘Tales from India Trilogy’, titled “Wall of Colours” is in the final stages of its publication.

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Let Me See if I Still Can

Let me see if I still can, Utter my words the old-fashioned way Write my stories at the old desk Speak my language Eat my own food Drink when I want Sleep when I want Engage any ideology for the heck of it Love until my limbs ache Cry until morning Wake up in the middle of night And scribble down my feelings Dance and do what I Cannot imagine anymore, neat on the streets, Early...

Added 07 Sep 2017 | Category Poetry | Votes 0 | Avg Score 0 | Views 723

Tales of Alfadur

When he was in the land of Indus, Alfadur lived inside a banyan tree in the form of a small butterfly. He never went searching for flowers and never wandered the land and glided on the breeze like ordinary butterflies. His only companion was the tree, the wide, vast and ancient banyan tree. The banyan tree was near the holy river of the Hindus, where the river met the sea of the Arabs. The...

Added 23 Feb 2013 | Category Fantasy | Votes 4 | Avg Score 4.5 | Views 1,546 | 5 Comments

Editor's Pick The Boy with One Eye

Once, a boy was asked by his mother, what he wanted to become in his life. He said—a writer. The mother laughed. But seeing the boy’s expressions firm and eyes in flames, she said; “Well, you sure, that is what you want to do? Writers are all insane. They always smoke and drink. They live with many women. They are nasty creatures and governments hunt them.” The boy looked sad. And...

Added 20 Feb 2013 | Category Drama | Votes 8 | Avg Score 4.5 | Views 3,734 | 10 Comments

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Happy Birthday from the team at Stories Space.
01 Jan 2014 00:30
Hey Anu...Just stopping by to wish you a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the coming New Year...
25 Dec 2013 00:12
Hey Anu...thanks for the add, and welcome to Stories Space...a fun, friendly story site...
20 Feb 2013 01:00
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