Biography of Rani Turton
Independant writer and poet originally from Delhi, now in France. Genre: Postcolonial (IWE) .
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- * 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
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Questions and Answers
Under a dripping grey sky
Sad, soaking, shivering and wet
I wanted to know why
Why and why and why
On that rainy day when you said goodbye
On that sodden day you went away
I had to walk on, forlorn.
Now years later under a metallic sky