'On some days she eats one, like a mango from our backyard.'
Kashiana Singh’s third collection of poems offers contemplation to readers about the past, present and future of women and their identities.
A poem on the mother-daughter relationship, from generation to generation.
A personal essay on the life and struggles of women in large households, and how their labour is often overlooked.
A poem on the struggles of growing up in a patriarchal family.
A poem on how traditional ideas of motherhood in a patriarchal society can often alienate women from themselves.
There is no need to cheer on the compromises women make on an everyday basis at the cost of sabotaging themselves.
You can say “Mom” in any country in the world and people would pretty much know who you meant.