Where is a poet's home?
Beneath the moonlight? Or sandwiched in the compartment of a train?
In the lap of the grandmother? Or in the company of a friend?
In the nondescript address in our mind?
The poet sews words into a beautiful crochet called poetry and presents it to us through her young and innocent thoughts. Her fresh perspective and the zeal to explore is evident in her verses.
Home and Other Places is an expanse of journeys that seeks to understand everyday definitions of belongingness. It is an expression of various memories that separates the self from others, and gives each story its due. It is a collection of poetry that acclimatizes itself to its environment, and stays grounded by it.
Spewing Words by Aakarsh
SALUTE SAVIORS by Spandan Dash
Someday, it'll stop Raining by Suranjan Das
A Poetry Pit Stop by Su Mattie