I wonder how we love something one moment and decide to hate it the next.
After breaking off my engagement, how a persistent Netflix recommendation offered some respite.
'They tell her to fly only to clamp her wings just when she learns to take off.'
'Slowly the blackness will spread and envelop all that do not conform.'
'My grandmother is a wild spirit, shackled by old age and walls.'
'I am a cumulative of their resistance, their patience and their rebellion.'
A poem on the power of educating the girl child.
A poem on a domestic worker through the eyes of her employer and the relationship between the two.
Girls are made to fit in a structure that supposedly ensures their 'decency' – right from their birth.