All the poems in one hand are independent and on the other hand interconnected. Ekaki Ke Upvan Mein itself carries the weight of various feelings that are deeply rooted in one single life. The poetics in the author’s writing gives a vivid description of all those feelings she dives in. Her words invade in the silence which initiate the enriching dialogues. Her poetries simultaneously take us to the tranquility and the arena of powerful thoughts. They have the power to make your eyes wet and heart sink but not just this, they will make you rethink about your loss and help you muster your courage and strength to move on as a strong person. Her poetries questions some of the norms of the society which have been creeping on the walls of society which.
In her poem ‘Maa ki yaad’ she delves deep in the feelings based on tightly woven relationship between a mother and her daughter, a conflict and the pain of exile.
In her love poems, there is a warmth of desire and seduction.
Most of her poems talks about pain in love, deceptions, never-ending wait and about the conflict within. The sadness in these poetries has a touch which pricks the readers’ mind and take them to the darkest corners. In other poem ‘Jalti Mashaal’, words shake you to remind your self-worth and the capabilities of the human. Her poetry has rhyming scheme. Being a native of a city known as ‘a city of Nawabs’ She has a touch of Hindi and Urdu in her writing.
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