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?
'How do you make art that makes broken look beautiful?'
A poem on the human experience.
Pessimism, as explored by the philosopher Schopenhauer, offers tools to come to terms with the idea that refusing to relentlessly pursue happiness is perhaps the most reasonable attitude.
The animated documentary about a gay Afghan refugee by Danish filmmaker Jonas Poher Rasmussen offers a penetrating insight into the psyche of the migrant trauma.
'Life here is hung in uncertainty between two extremes. I don’t exactly know where I belong and whether what I have chosen is right or wrong.'
A poem on the relation between the soupy dish and man's constant dance with disaster.
'To think, one must be alive. To be alive, one must think.'
In this poem, the author navigates his grief after an accident left him paralysed.