How To Write About Feminists

By Shanaia Malkani

Sarcastic, humorous, and filled with caustic commentary on the stereotypes of feminists, this piece calls out every token representation yet.

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Sailing in The Sky

By Diksha Verma

Some clouds in the sky can’t help but catch our eye. Christina Rossetti’s love for sailing clouds is captured through this photograph.

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“Grief is the price we pay for love.”

By Ramitha Ramesh

Grieving isn’t always for the dead. Sometimes you feel grief for the living. And sometimes, it’s the only way you know you loved.

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Clouds

By Simran Ramsay

Time moves differently when you gaze at something beautiful. This musing slows time around nature’s spectacle of clouds in the sky.

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Clouded by You

By Aastha Katyal Pant

A cloud can be a poet’s muse or a poet’s enemy. This piece is one of persistence despite the blues a cloud brings, and striving through it.

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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 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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(Lack of) Narratives in Bollywood

By Rhea Sabherwal

Mainstream Indian Cinema is at the threshold of reinventing itself, but will it do so inclusively? Our Bollywood Addict writes on narratives and more.

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Fabric of Narration

By Preeti Kathuria

When Truth becomes pliable, it falls upon the reader to distinguish fact from opinion. Read about narratives in news here, in this poem.

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The Dialogue

By Aastha K. Pant

A story set in the early days of Covid-19 in Mumbai between Nalini, an employer, and Laxmi, her housekeeper, which illustrates the different experiences and narratives of two women during a seemingly global event.

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The Art of Death

By Sneha Saha

“Are you afraid of death? Or dying?” A chilling piece on death and everything that surrounds with, written as a short musing.

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