The poem is about the questions we all must ask ourselves and arise to build a better tomorrow.
'The remains of hope, however, endure, projecting images – mutilated, fragmented.'
The poet writes about days when you feel like you're really living and the little things that give them hope.
'How do you make art that makes broken look beautiful?'
The poet begs someone they love to not take an unthinkable and irreversible step.
'For it had come with the message, that an endless sky existed beyond the ceiling of the exam hall.'
The toxicity of a family might vary from being very trivial to extremely unbearable. But the worst part is some of us don’t even realise that it’s not normal.
Fuelled by the despair caused by ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the poet addresses the futility of war.
A poem on first crushes.
A poem on a vision of hope that brings reprieve from everyday life.