By Priyanka Panwar
Why I write I write when the world fails to listen I write when the self introspects I write when there are thunderstorms raging within I write when the list is over I write when nothing feels right I write when there is a blur I write to survive I write to feel the bounding pulse I write to make the weathered will withstand the whirlwinds of time I write and let meaning dissolve in the chaos I write and fly free in the newly-discovered terrain of self worth I write and I un-write the fears that seize the soul the promises of coherence the ‘I’ that isn’t.
Priyanka Panwar teaches English at University of Delhi. When she isn’t reading or teaching, she likes to travel and observe.
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