Poetry has been a consistent part of my life, first reading and then writing. Though if someone would have said that I could try writing poems, a year back, I would have rolled my eyes and said, “Yeah, right!” Not that I have become very confident of my pieces, but I have come as farContinue reading “Her Altruistic Mien.”
If we can remove class dominance Then why can’t we remove patriarchal dominance? If Marxism can work to some extent Then so can, feminism!!
I burn my body to ashes But my conscience savors and yearns I rot amidst my own ashes But my soul transpires beyond the patriarchal tavern. I burn and I smile Beyond my submissive rage For I have no dreams Only a small selfish realm. I burn and I smile Even from myContinue reading “I Smile.”
There is a whirlwind of chaos inside her An entropy, a madness, a little emptiness That ceases her sanity from within. The mania, the frenzy, the wilderness All a part of her nugatory existence. The deadening disarray enchaining her minds Building a claustrophobia Which you may never succeed to define. The restlessness, the anxiety,Continue reading “Her Mysterious Meshuga.”
Sanskrit, the mother of all Indian languages describes women in the following manner: “Karyesu Mantri Karmesu Dasi Rupesu Laksmi Ksamaya Dharitr Snehesu Mata Sayanesu Vesya Sadkarma Nari Kuladharma patni (Pillai) By which, the saying literally means that an ideal woman should be a minister in practical affairs, a slave in action, Goddess Lakshmi inContinue reading “The Subtle Irony Of being A Woman!”
Hello fellow bloggers and readers, Today, I am thrilled. The only reason for this is, a dear fellow blogger, PSEUDOMONAZ had invited me to write a Guest Blog Post for her page, and she has accepted and published my simple and very plain thoughts. She has a category “On the other side of silence’ where she postsContinue reading “The Subtle Irony Of Being A Woman!”