'Of nerves gently settling into the grass, of losing balance and arguments in the train'.
A poem on the Partition and how it affected the families caught in its fallout for decades.
On World Poetry Day, the author looks at where poems live and why the form of linguistic expression so essential.
A poem about the difficulties of losing your love for and the ability to write poetry.
A poem on the fallout of a neighbourly quarrel.
Poems do not ask for moral purity but lead their readers to see the uncomplicated clarity and the warped logic of ways in which our world is increasingly becoming …
A poignant and powerful meditation on the Native American philosophy of life, the collection delves into the cultural significance of the symbiotic relationship between the human species and our …
'She chose the balcony of the Bhowmicks' flat, and made a nice home of it at that.'
A poem on having conflicting thoughts during the pandemic.
"In the room the ghosts come and go, talking of my bravado."