The poet writes about her grandfather, whom she lost at a young age.
The poem explores how memories of a loved one remain after they've left.
Is it okay to mourn before someone’s death? What if that someone is a stranger? But can writers ever be a stranger to a reader?
The author lingers upon reminders of grief after watching 'Wakanda Forever'.
The poet begs someone they love to not take an unthinkable and irreversible step.
Perhaps I will grow to become a woman and age to become a mother and I’ll die to prove myself as a mortal.
The author writes about the loss of her grandmother.
Vikas Bahl’s new film centres on two broad areas which remain underdeveloped. The result is a film which lacks fresh ideas.
The poem deals with the death of the poet's maternal grandmother and younger sister.
'Your death is not a part of your life, perhaps it is a part of your loved one’s life.'