The Monsoons are here. Alternating between a feeling of lightness and calm when it rains, and a mix of irritation and discomfort from sweat-inducing humidity before and after the rains, I am thinking of the series of photos I took in the last monsoons. Some of them have been published in literary magazines, which makes me think the monsoons must have a wider appeal than the Indian subcontinent.
Here is one – Time Then and Now – published in the Journal of Compressed Creative Arts by Matterpress in December 2016. It was included as the last installation in the exhibition I held recently. Motherhood was the inspiration behind the poem.
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