A poem on the plight of ad-hoc teachers at Delhi University, who have recently been coldly shown the door after years of work.
The poem deals with the question of the author's identity and his way of reconstructing it.
'I just have enough, as per my fate.'
A poem on how we find love in the most unsought ways and how it reaffirms us every time with hope and joy.
'The remains of hope, however, endure, projecting images – mutilated, fragmented.'
A poem on the daily struggles of a queer individual who desires a utopian land free of all hostilities and prejudices.