'Will you read my story today? Or avert your gaze, skip words composed by an unfamiliar name in your timeline?'
A poem on the blatant body-shaming a person has to endure when they do not fit within the ideal 'conventional beauty standards'.
'We forget... to love one is to love its multiples.'
A poem on how a visit to Bombay led a fictional couple to lose their way.
A poem on the censored manner in which sexuality is treated in India.
'Bones, why we loved you the most, and — the only memory of you that remains beyond the smell.'