Poetry

Poetry Corner: Volume 9

Dark thoughts and doubts have a way of sneaking in even when you are seemingly content. They linger, make a space in your head, question your motivation, the path you have taken and the choices…

Voyage

A voyage across the sea A memorial to lost soldiers Ruined forts, abandoned houses, Nature reclaiming its hand

Poetry Corner: Volume 8

We have been angry at the world and what it is morphing into for the better part of this year. We have been sulking. We have been dejected. We have been resentful. Still, we have…

Poetry Corner: Volume 7

It’s raining cats and dogs here. The days are dull, gloomy but ever so often they invoke terror and awe like Arundhathi Subramaniam’s poetry. The aftermath is a clear, washed-up sky, which has you marveling…

Poetry Corner: Volume 6

What kind of times are these? Families aren’t even given dead bodies to grieve. Activists, journalists and NGOs are under the scanner, if not behind bars already. Somewhere, women don’t have abortion rights. Elsewhere, they…

In exile

Walking in the mist, you wonderIs this the stuff or dreams or nightmares?How many who lay herecarried the dream of a Free Tibet?Waking to a past, untouched bythe mystics of the dreamcatcherThe grief, walking side…

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