'They tell her to fly only to clamp her wings just when she learns to take off.'
'The peace may not be permanent, but, it's a new beginning!'
'Slowly the blackness will spread and envelop all that do not conform.'
Growing up as a woman in India.
A poem on a domestic worker through the eyes of her employer and the relationship between the two.
'I am now just an exhausted, content woman.'
A poem about bringing up a girl child.
'Can we forget to hate and remember to love?'
Shantha Sridharan is a veena teacher by morning and Hindi tutor by evening. Above all, she is an endearing Paati to her PG girls.