'A film among thousands / Would have passed us by / Had the chelas kept quiet and / Let sleeping dogs lie.'
Category: Fiction & Verse
Sounds, the English Way
A poem on the complexities of the spoken English language, written after attending a phonics workshop.
I’ve Turned Twenty Today
A poem on the poet coming to terms with her age as she leaps from her teenage years to 'adulthood'.
Gandhi: A Poem
Those that killed your body / Are dead in the soul. // They are the leaves that fall, / You the trunk, the root, the soil.
To Ban or Not to Ban, That is Not For You to Question
From the Vishwaguru Archives: A glimpse into the debate over how to respond to the BBC’s documentary on our Leader.
A Very Happy Republic!
A poem on how India is witnessing an erosion of constitutional values that could have made us a successful Republic.
Questions as It Is
The poem is about the questions we all must ask ourselves and arise to build a better tomorrow.