As we rebuild Kerala in the coming years, hilarious anecdotes of family members' erratic antics will be the things that keep us going.
A poem about toxic friendships.
Staying at home puts women at greater risk of health problems – cities need to change to encourage them to go outside.
This satirical poem takes on our society's silence.
Dead babies, stranded people, injured soldiers – why is sensationalism the only way to elicit sympathy or interest from us?
We were promised fairytale lives, we’re more than making do with this instability instead – one that we had no hand in creating.
A poem about that typical family gathering – when the men relax and the women toil.