This poem traces the evilness of the human nature back to the story of Adam. It questions the issues of fate, kismet and human will. How much of what we do is kismet and how much does depend on our own actions? Continue reading Essay on Adam by Robert Bringhurst
This is a poem about the truth. Many times, we just cannot face the truth even when it’s right there staring us in the face. Sometimes staying in denial is far more convenient than tackling the truth head on. Here is the poem on this very issue. Enjoy! Continue reading Brief Reflection On The Sun By Miroslav Holub
this is how you sweep a corner; this is how you sweep a whole house;
this is how you sweep a yard; Continue reading A Poem Every Desi Girl Can Relate To: Girl By Jamaica Kincaid
Emily Dickinson is the only poet whose book I signed up for through DailyLit. Continue reading The Only Poem I Know By Heart
Look and remember. Look upon this land,
Far, far across the factories and the grass.What do you hear? What does the land command?
The earth is taken: this is not your home. Continue reading A Poem For Immigrants