Kamala 'Sarup'

Life is not only meant to remain alive

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By Kamala Sarup
my story was translated by Keshab Sigdel.

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Struggle, And Woman

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When you are in love

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I Love Cape May

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Why I Love Cape May?

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Coronavirus, Beyond I love myself this evening

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By Kamala Sarup       

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My life in New York City During Covid-19 Pandemic, a poem

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My life in New York City During Covid-19 Pandemic, a poem


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I am touched on the social economy

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I am touched on the social economy

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Save and investing more to obtain increases in productivity.

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(The inquiry then becomes whether we are more productive or save and investing more to obtain increases in productivity. )

Increases and decreases in the economy supply must match increases and falls in the value of goods and services, approximately; otherwise, the relative value of money changes. ‘The speculators will become steady with that.

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HIV risk in women

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Lack of respect for women's sexual and reproductive rights is a big problem.

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Her concept of her wedding

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The current of air is blowing and in the sky the moon is beaming. The blooms, trees and small plants are dancing with the music of the wind. I feel, I don't know why, sometimes to change myself into a blossom. Everybody will appreciate me and say, "What a lovely blossom, how pleasant! How charming!" May be, people will insert me into their school head and may others will compose poems seeing me.

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