Tag: Poem

Is it ever enough?

Years of patriarchal trauma and guilt bitterness filling the vessel constantly sinking the feeling of trying
Two Waves

Two Waves

Two waves born; sunlight’s mercy and moonlight’s sin, we were two hearbeats  of the turquoise sea.
New Mom Diaries: Making a Mother

New Mom Diaries: Making a Mother

This poem titled ‘Making a Mother’ is part of the ‘New Mom Diaries’ series. The day
The Killing of Time

The Killing of Time 

M is for mundane;  as much as a Monday could possibly be,  this slow dripping of
Stories Inside

Stories Inside 

How many of you have unwritten books inside? Did you ever imagine a moment from your
My Heart is a Pallindrome

Her Heartbeat is a Palindrome

I am a woman who,  Isn’t a woman,  Half woman, whole liar,  Half poetry, whole halves, 
Disciplinary Meeting with HR

Disciplinary Meeting with HR 

Now,  the truth tumbles out only during  quarterly team parties;  as freely as the free alcohol
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Cardinals

I am Dostoyevsky’s midnight fever, And Whitman’s lakeside rambles. I am Van Gogh’s washed brush tip, 
My Art is a Confession

My Art is a Confession

I confess to South Sudan,where I would meet Ibrahimwho would then tell me about the muralsthat
Tiredness

Tiredness & Comparisons: Poetry for the Real You

There’s so much we talk about, Yet you wouldn’t see, Anyone saying it openly, How tiredness
Kummatti

Kummatti

Amma sits me on her lap And tucks my hair behind my ears Murmurs,  “Look Ammu
Reason

Reason

Hits hardest when it’s closest, literally or metaphorically.Clambering on the way,To what feels like normalcy.With every
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