Biography of Rani Turton
Independant writer and poet originally from Delhi, now in France. Genre: Postcolonial (IWE) .
These poems are a selection of years of writing. They are all under strict copyright. If you want to use any material in the poems for publication, teaching, scolarship or reference they must be credited. No commercial usage is permitted. Copying, scraping or plagiarising is not appreciated. Poems that appear in print for anthologies or textual use need written permission. Thank you.
- * A New Day Has Begun
- * How Do These Feelings Matter?
- * My Heart's Empty Spaces
- * Not Anguish
- * Paper Walls
- * This Mind, This Body, This Verse.
- * Wherever You May Walk
- A Bowl, A Coin, A Mat
- A Bridge, Some Dreams
- A Clock, A Street, A Tower
- A Loner By Profession
- A Lyrical Fantasy
- A Mad Bird Was I
- A Niche For Me in Your Heart
Rain, Streaming Down
Rain-slick roads, black and gleaming
Drops on the windowpanes, streaming
It seems even the sky is weeping
Even the sky is burdened by tears
I am alone, encircled by my fears.
The rain keeps dripping down
Like tears falling softly onto this suburban town