TWI Poetry #Metoo #Rights#VoicesinPoetry

  (Picture borrowed from the Internet) Violence against women or episodes of misbehaviour and assault are not new or recent. Though many of them are now coming out of their own shadows against the guilty, there have been several of them who have used their voice and words as expression. Here are a few poems…

TWI Reviews – Poornima Laxmeshwar’s ‘Thirteen’

Poornima Laxmeshwar’s ‘Thirteen’, a collection of thirteen prose poems, is a cardigan of memories knitted from simple observations and conversations unique to one’s own home and surroundings. A synaethesia of colours and textures etched in a technicolour that refuses to fade away. They depict the transformation of a child’s musings into a mature perspective.  …

Girl, exiled.

undocumented rainwater on the soil of her birth falls in a symphony of lyrical arias and adagio – songs that no longer sing her to sleep. dry powdery fields usher the rain in a dance of dust mites, girls’ tresses eagerly catch those first drops of cloudburst. pastel dreams do little to transport her, when she shuts…

Shimul

a poem for womens day