The poem revolves around the fear of speaking the truth out loud in a polarised country.
'It is not a conventional biography as Chandrachud gives readers an insight into the key political and legal events that shaped Sorabjee’s life.'
Here’s a winning formula / To make the Rashtra stronger: / Lengthen the long arm of the law, / And let its nose be longer.
'This land which freed us from the colonisers is yet again trapped under the boots of a state that has failed our constitution.'
This poem is dedicated to all political prisoners and their families, who have spent every day waiting for their loved ones and for justice.
The author's lament about the attacks on individual rights and freedoms in present-day India.
'You talk of rebellion, I breathe rebellion.'