The poem deals with the death of the poet's maternal grandmother and younger sister.
The poem captures the poet’s reaction to the passing of both his parents and his fight against grief. He lashes out at grief, challenging it before finally slaying it.
A poem is about the author's grief over losing her father a decade ago.
An essay on witnessing my mausi wasting away as cancer worked its way through her body.
As someone who has seen death rather closely a few too many times, I’ve come to accept it for its inevitably and have created a mechanism to reconcile with …
I may never entirely understand the difference between my nani's escape and blind faith, but it is her chosen experience and one I respect with all my heart.
Memories of the day when my father died 25 years ago are still fresh in my mind and have somehow made me apathetic towards death.
An essay on the letters I wrote to my grandfather, who died ten years ago.
The saying ‘time heals all wounds’ is only partially correct.