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wonderland

Wonderland

When Alice fell down a rabbit hole, who anticipated that she was going to step into paradise? It was wonderland, and one assumes that it’s going to be all unicorns and rainbows. It tested her courage, her power to survive through all the weirdness. We all fit in that metaphor, trying to make it through […]

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sarojini naidu

Life

Sarojini Naidu was an Indian political activist, feminist, and poet. She was an important figure in India’s struggle for independence from colonial rule. Naidu’s work as a poet earned her the sobriquet ‘Nightingale of India’ by Mahatma Gandhi. She was called ‘Bharat Kokila’ by Rabindranath Tagore. CHILDREN, ye have not lived, to you it seemsLife […]

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black

Black

This poem is about how a colour has selflessly devoted itself in healing the world from one of its darkest phases. It never thinks about recognition, neither does it want to grab the limelight upon itself, bragging how it moulded the world. The colour is never seen as the livery of the heroes, it never […]

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Aristotle Lullaby

Aristotle’s Lullaby

What if you could punch your brains from the insideA swinging logical uppercutRight under the amygdala.Such that, that the very foundations of those fluids shiver and die.A single punchRight from an Aristotle’s lullaby Oh you’d sleep like a baby thenAs mind curls without an iota of distortionAnd harmony prevails like a stillborn cloud of fog.No […]

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