A poem on independant women who have no suitors as men feel intimidated by her.
A poem on the love a parent has for his or her child – a love absolutely unalloyed and unconditional.
A poem on the non-negotiable nature of grief and loss.
The poet reflects on the process of ageing, and on how at times spontaneity takes a hit and truth gets more difficult to tell.
A poem on the nostalgia that often haunts us all our lives — a lost childhood and lost innocence.
A poem on post-operative delirium and the moment that hinges between life and death which reveals the sheer precarity of existence.
A poem about home – in memory, feeling and imagination, and for discovering our own story and discerning our place in time.
The poet's ode to her mother-in-law who weathered grave mental health issues for decades.