Nothing is harder to find than you might think.
This poem is about the futile wait for a good time, or love.
The poem outlines the frustration, exhaustion and anxiety of a student in anticipation of their board exams; encompassed by familial and societal pressure, as they seek to find composure.
A poem on the mother-daughter relationship, from generation to generation.
A poem on the ups and downs of growing up, and the unraveling of reality through time.
Is eternity enough to mend the harm done?
A year ago, I did not know what I wanted to do with my life. A year later, I am still not sure. The only difference is I am …
I don't know for how long she'll stay by my side, I don't know for how long will I be her child, the uncertainty of it all is slow …
A poem on the relativity of ageing.
A poet on her tryst with time over six decades, and how the pandemic redefined and reshaped the very idea of it.