Snapshots and poetry from 100 Thousand Poets For Change, Bengaluru edition.
“Standing near the shore/ I find/ sea is a prehistoric animal”
“Her absence will be deeply felt by all of us,” writes Trisha De Niyogi.
“Do not wait until you’re black inside”
“You should read the letters he sent back home to me.”
“All the wonderful things / in this world are delivered lacking instructions.”
“Memory is a ringmaster, the whip in its hand curls and uncurls of its own volition.”