Love, Poetry

A Letter To My Daughter On Heartbreaks,

    The first time you complained a little too much about the boy who made fun of your braces and at the same time took a few minutes longer to get ready to school, I knew that you were smitten. I don’t think either of us remember his name right now. And that is precisely… Continue reading A Letter To My Daughter On Heartbreaks,

Love, Poetry

Death by a million stabs 

  In this age of technology, lost love is a death by a million stabs. Be the passport size photograph tucked away in an old wallet away from the eyes of my spouse. Be the password that only I type and find eight seconds of solace. Be the rotting love letters. Be the gifts that… Continue reading Death by a million stabs