A poem on the dichotomy of the hyper objectification of people with disabilities and the total neglect they face.
A poem on how the author has struggled to take up space and curled herself into a ball, due to her eating disorders, and the uncurling thereafter.
A poem on realising that I am my own home.
The essence of Heemal's innocence, pain and deep thinking reflect in her poetry.
An ode to grandparents.
The poet draws on the mundane moments of everyday life, which create a sense of monotony that begins to trouble us. It carefully questions all that we deem normal, to …
A poem on my father being caught up in the Partition, and how his narration of the events of 1947 helped me understand the human cost of the division of …