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Does injustice bother you?
What could loving yourself look like?
How can you live with claustrophobia?
“These poems are not just memories,” Pragya writes, “they are my stories.”
In More Than a Memory Pragya takes you on a journey of self-discovery, one riddled with more questions than answers, more frustration than beauty. In her honestly-voiced poetry, she celebrates menstruation, compares a Shatabdi train to life, and writes letters to her future self.
While reading her eight intricately worded poems, you may cry, you may giggle, you may feel moved. Most importantly, you will realize how important it is to tell your stories.
Pragya is a writer and poet. Her work has been published in The Open Road Review, the Huffington Post, The Bombay Review, and Helter Skelter. She has performed her poetry in New Delhi, Mumbai, Texas, and Washington, D.C. You can follow her at pragyabhagat.wordpress.com.