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Rupi Kaur’s ‘Milk & Honey’ Is One of Top 10 Bestselling Poetry Books In The USA:
New York Times
The “experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity”.
The Nightingale & The Rose A Poem by INNI KAUR
"She’s nervous, / He’s gentle. / She trembles, / He embraces ..."
Today We Rise PARVINDER MEHTA
We resound our own narratives of symphony ...
I Try To Speak To Ghalib
"Someone reduced Delhi to cruel squads, a strange Diwali / Dark clouds ascend like Qutab Minars ..."
The Crimson Bride INNI KAUR
"Father, dress me in red, / For I am the bride, / Dye my hands with henna, Let the procession roll ..."
A Signalman's Son A Poem by JASPREET SINGH
"Some two continents away now / My ears brim over / do-dah did-did-it / Alpha Bravo Charlie Romeo OVER ..."
Sikh-Briton Appointed BBC Radio-4’s First Poet-in-Residence:
Daljit Singh Nagra
"What excites me most is the chance to give exposure to my beloved art form of poetry."
Sikh-Briton Poet Wins Felix Dennis Poetry Prize
Mona Arshi’s ‘Small Hands’ has won the Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection.
Two Poems translated From Punjabi by NIKKY-GUNINDER KAUR SINGH
“ … hold on to 'today' tightly / Like ambrosial elixir, sip it slowly; / Absorb it, get high on it …”
Today I Ask Waris Shah:
Ajj Aakhan Waris Shah Noon
A Poem by AMRITA PRITAM, Translated from Punjabi by NIKKY-GUNINDER KAUR SINGH
Rise! O sympathizer of the afflicted! Rise! Look at your Punjab!