Written on a prompt by Madhura Sonegaonkar.
Author: Suchitra Harnahalli
A letter to Self Doubt
Dear Self doubt, Stop asking everyone to put themselves before everyone else if you don’t do it yourself. Put yourself before anyone and everyone else. You’re good enough for every effort that people might take […]
I scribble on the blank spaces in my novels, much more than I journal I speak with my books, which I don’t let you borrow I see empty spaces and I fill them up with […]
A letter to Toni Morrison
Dear Morrison, When you wrote, “Don’t ever think I fell for you. I didn’t fall in love, I rose in it.”, the only person I thought I could ever say that to, was you. Nobody […]
I’m a basic lover,I’ll touch your skin to speak words that I can’t write.I’d create rhymes out of the stories you tell and sing them when you aren’t around.When words become too heavy for me,I’d […]