Aishwarya Roy

Aishwarya Roy Poems India

An Engineering student from Kolkata.
She spends her days reading classics
and war-fictions, and the nights
scribbling art on forbidden walls.

Journey of a Poem by Aishwarya Roy

Girl Reading, Vase of Flowers, 1922 - Henri Matisse

My poem is lactose-intolerant.
It’s a baker allergic to flour,
A depressed comedian,
A theatre kid with social anxiety,
Who works in customer service.
My poem is un undefeated irony.

Handpicked poems from June 2021

Ladies' Enclosure

Twelve handpicked poems curated by the editors (in no particular order). Assume all kinds of trigger warnings before you start reading the pieces. The inheritance of worshipping by Aaditya Pandey Five generations ago when my ancestorsgave up their profession of worshipping,they did not stop practicing it altogetherrather they passed this legacy tomy great grandfather and …

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Best of NaPoWriMo 2021

This year, during National Poetry Writing Month, we received over three thousand submissions via our social media and website. From the 50 featured pieces of poetry, we have picked a few for you to read.