Poems do not ask for moral purity but lead their readers to see the uncomplicated clarity and the warped logic of ways in which our world is increasingly becoming hostile …
A poem on how the Greek mythological horse has made its appearance in a world that is least prepared for it.
'Many eyes passed through the crowd, but only you saw the saddest face in it.'
'Something hurts me at random times of the day. Tears suddenly want to pour out when I am working.'
As Adivasi students in spaces of higher education, we often find dissonance between lived realities and the vocabularies of development used to study our communities.
A poem in response to the trailer of 'Bhuj: The Pride Of India' with the tagline 'celebrating 50 years of India's 1971 victory'.
On World Mangrove Day, a poem on Earth's ecological history and the many environmental disasters we might be heading towards if climate change is not taken seriously.