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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What Lies Waiting?

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A vivid image and fantasy-filled landscape are presented by this poem about the mysteries of all that lies behind a door.

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The Door We Don’t See

By Preeti Kathuria

This poem talks about each aspect of the world beyond a door that it shields us from.

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Doors

By Simran Ramsay

Facing a problem is challenging when there are many ways out, other than the right thing to do. This poem shows the outcome of 3 such doors.

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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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Reel/Real

By Hues_n_Blues

Real vs. Reel takes a new meaning with this poem, based on the version of you known by everybody-and-nobody.

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Is It Really Me?

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on crossing the revolving door of real and reel, into the cloakroom of existence by a vivid dreamer.

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The Journeys We Make

By Ekasmayi Naresh

“Undeniable is the pleasure
of the journeys that spurring speedometers measure… Yet all in the hunt for a destination most dear
to meet one’s own reflection with a smile.”

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Journey

By Aalia Jagwani

Sometimes the most memorable travels are the ones we take within ourselves. Read about one such journey, and dialogue in poetry.

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Time in a Pandemic: The Strange and Familiar

By Shivani Chunekar

“There is nothing more comforting than realizing, time and again, that we all ask the same questions.” Read about the familiarity of darkness and the habitual stillness of life in a pandemic.

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The Young Are Dead

By Vasundhara Singh

A different take on growing up and saying goodbye to our younger days

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The Willow

By Preeti Kathuria

A poem about the still and mundane existence during quarantine, until it’s disrupted by the presence of a certain plant near the window.

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