What’s it like for a metropolitan woman in India? Does she enjoy all rights that she deserves?
No matter how long I have to toil and strife/I refuse to be just a shadow of me/There is too much left to show and see. – poem by intern Brototi Roy.
Female foeticide has been growing by leaps and bounds in India. The number at which girls are being killed or aborted is huge. Nitin expresses himself through a poem.
Love me so much that you only love me
Love me so much as Loving is No Sin. – Poem by Ayushi Vats.
A poem thanking the Lord for everything by intern Nupur Narula.
“Did you realize when you said â€˜Good byeâ€™? Did you notice the tear coming out of my eye?” – a poem by Anita Kala.
Ratnesh Pandey writes a poem on child abuse and how it affects a person’s life.
Ayushi Vats writes a poem, “Now You Know It”. Read on and do share your views.
drip-drop sounds…of a tik-tok…clock- lies she cold…still as a rock… drip-drop sounds of a tik-tok clock… lies she there…benumbed, the girl we lost.
Reeti Singh in her poem asks women to stop lamenting about their pains and stand up for their rights. BE THE CHANGE!
Somebody from the days of yore, Cries my name out. I hear it faintly. Somebody from that dungeon pleads, Must I come and rescue him.
Shivendra writes a poem about how life’s struggles can bog you down but how important it is to take each hand and walk along the way and see better days.