Sutapa Chaudhuri Poems
- Feminism No. Feminism Doesn't mean you're promiscuous Only...
- On Her Fifth Birthday I became a mother today, You a little...
- Anastasia however you might trample me I will rise ...
- Nagasaki rejection confines the very fibre of life bones ...
- In Tune With My True Colours My true colors lie hidden not ...
- My May Born my jasmine spreading perfume in the wind my ...
- Proposal I'm so lonely, would you be my friend? just be a...
Born in Kolkata, India,1970, Sutapa Chaudhuri, a PhD in English Literature, is a bilingual poet and a versatile creative writer writing in both Bengali and English. A scholar, a critic, a translator, and an academic, Dr. Chaudhuri has several publications, critical and creative, in a number of reputed literary journals, magazines and books to her credit. She has written many travelogues and essays for children too. Dr. Chaudhuri has lived significant parts of her life in the U.S.A and Japan; and spent 10 long years in Gujarat in western India, a place she considers as her second home. She is currently an Assistant Professor in English, at a College. She lives in south Kolkata with her ... more »
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Doesn't mean you're promiscuous
Only that you refuse to be contained-
Determined in defined categories.
Doesn't mean you hate men
Only that you express a choice
The desire to live life on your own terms.
Doesn't mean you reject society
Only that you want to be
Integrated in yourself-
To take pride in your identity
Being who you are.
Only it views reality