Cry

There’s a common misconception that crying is a sign of weakness. And it’s a stereotype we need to break. Crying is often therapeutic and it’s a healthy way to express emotion. It’s a way to overcome difficult feelings and must be normalized for men, women, parents and kids. To describe that, I’ve written a short…

Featured in the Indian Pen Anthology

Super excited to share that some of my poetry was featured in the Indian Pen Anthology. It’s always gratifying when your work is appreciated. Thank you so much for all the support, it helps me grow everyday! It’s available on Amazon kindle and hard copy! Link shared below.

7 Things you can do when lockdown gets overwhelming

We are all in an unprecedented situation. Jobs have been lost, natural disaster has struck in many areas, businesses are plummeting, people are falling ill and there is an air of fear and mistrust. And when the bad things pile up, naturally it can get quite overwhelming, regardless of how much we have been affected…

The Poised Princess

Walking the tightrope, A poised princess, You filled my cracks, With stained-glass insets, I twist and I turn, To impossible shapes, You revel in my lustre, They watch, mouth agape. Knowing well if I fail, I’d shatter to pieces, I hate you for being, My well-favored weakness. Then one day I fell, With no one…

My dear old friend

T/w : Anxiety Anxiety. A three syllable word that is an uninvited guest in a lot of lives these days. I realize everyone has their own story and difficulties. Here is mine, I hope it encourages a healthy conversation towards normalizing mental afflictions, learning and growing from them. I have struggled with anxiety all my…

United by loneliness

Today, we are more connected than ever before, yet we feel so completely and utterly alone.This time has given me the opportunity to introspect, for better or for worse, so here are my two cents. I used to think that being productive and the feeling of conquering the day was all that mattered. So I…