The author writes about how navigating the world as a young person comes with a sense of confusion and frustration.
When you are a kid, you feel life as you know it is the only kind of life out there. You feel safe and content. What we lose when …
An essay on the different learnings that we imbue at different stages.
A poem on the exploration of growing and becoming, in all its glory.
'But we saw the world here, unfolding in all its mystery.'
'Maybe all of life is yearning, to feel the same way you felt at 13, never knowing that sometimes dreams wilt away in the heat.'
Poet Kala Ramesh's book of tanka verses offers a unique vision into the compound experience of womanhood.
The author's mother's recollection of a lived experience after reading the piece 'Remembering A ‘Holy’ Father and His Unholy Son'.