it was hesitation but how it grew like living things look, it continues to as you read it’s uncertain whether this will reach you and in what state (the warden overthrows minor overtures) I may be at battle when you read this probably in the white field with no strategies just a singular thought exposed
Suchita Parikh-Mundul is a poet, writer and copy editor. Her articles have appeared in The Swaddle, Femina and others. Her poems can be read in The Alipore Post, Visual Verse, Yugen Quest Review, Sahitya Akademi’s Indian Literature, Muse India and other literary magazines and anthologies. She won the city-wide Poetry Tournament hosted by Dosti House and Rochelle Potkar’s Creative Collective in 2019, and was runner-up in eShe’s national Lockdown Poetry Contest in 2020.