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“The train of thought, stream of thought’, or chain of thought refers to the interconnection in the sequence of ideas expressed during a connected discourse or thought, as well as the sequence itself, especially in discussion how this sequence leads from one idea to another.”
So I decided to record my train of thought.
These are just words.
And I prefer if you didn’t ask what they mean.
which made me think of
which made me think of
now that you get the idea…
Freia Lobo is a 17- year- old student from Mumbai. She is currently in the 12th grade. She loves writing poetry and fiction whenever she gets the time, and is a voracious reader. She loves fantasy, mystery and thrillers but has a soft spot for chick lit. She plays the piano and enjoys listening to everything from Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to Lady Gaga. She blogs here www.thatgirlwhowrites.blogspot.in