A Tough Act to Follow

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A hauntingly descriptive poem about the gorgeously solemn experience and spectacle that is a circus, from surreal memories.

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Writer’s Block

By Simran Ramsay

There’s many a piece on the pain of writer’s block. Here comes an astonishingly illustrative experience of it. And how to overcome it.

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Letter to: My Pre-Pandemic Self

By Neeti Adhia

For some, change occurs within the span of a single pandemic. Read this letter about advice given to one’s past-self through time.

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The Show & The Goings-On

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on raging storm and battle: transcending victories and losses, for even in death, the show must go on.

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Diary Entry: Finding Passion

By Simran Ramsay

Some dreams go beyond sleep. Certain passion has fate written all over it. Read the road to this realization through a single day.

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Alive for the Ardour

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem about how ardour finds its way out in one way or the other. Sometimes it can even look like the ink in one’s journal.

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Perusing for a Passion

By Ekasmayi Naresh

This poem gazes at the poet herself as a mosaic: a combination of all the little passion-filled endeavours and affections that make her whole

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Hello and Goodbye

By Aastha Katyal Panth

Endings of stories and years bring with them a sense of closure. But when you’re the writer and the protagonist: do you get closure?

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Doors

By Harsheen Sethi

There is more to the meaning of a ‘door’ than just being a point of entry or exit. Take a look here for its redefinition.

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Society (Mirror, Mirror)

By Jasnoor Anand

A musing about the self-image that the mirror of society propagates, leading one to think of themselves as unworthy.

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My Rearview Mirror

By Krishna Advani

The following poem is on the deceptively rosy picture that the past often appears as in the metaphorical ‘rearview mirror’, seeming to be far brighter than the colours of the present.
CAUTION: Objects seem brighter than they appear.

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Grandma

By Devi Dang

A poem dedicated to a grandmother: the pillar of a monument called family.

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