The poet writes about how she found her youth in upon becoming a grandmother.
A personal narrative of the author's trip to Kolkata to visit her ailing grandmother during the pandemic.
The author writes about missing her grandmother over the years, and a sense of longing for all the little things she did for her.
The poet reflects upon their grandmother's struggle with dementia, and the pain it inflicts on the family as well.
The author writes about the loss of her grandmother.
The poem deals with the death of the poet's maternal grandmother and younger sister.
A poem from the perspective of a fourth-wave feminist i.e. the poet, and her worries for the future generation of feminists.
The essay touches upon the themes of severed familial ties and how food remains a conduit through which those relations heal somehow – sometimes even posthumously.
An ode to grandparents.
I wonder how we love something one moment and decide to hate it the next.