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Young Indian Poets Who Are Reinventing Poetry !

Kavishala LabsKavishala Labs September 13, 2021
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“The poet, therefore, is truly the thief of fire.

He is responsible for humanity,

for animals even;

he will have to make sure his visions can be smelled,

fondled, listened to;

if what he brings back from beyond has form,

he gives it form; if it has none,

he gives it none.

A language must be found…of the soul,

for the soul and will include everything:

perfumes, sound colors,

thought grappling with the thought”

― Arthur Rimbaud

The way we look at the world is not that fascinating. The population is rebellious, it is inspiring, and so is Indian Literature! If we think poetry can't bring peace of mind then the youth and talented poets will make you think twice.

Kavishala presents the string of words that will stir our reader's soul and their attitude to never give up with obstacles and fight until death.

Poets have the power to think creatively that allows them to speak to the whole world on an intimate level and keep everyone hooked.

Well, there is no dearth of Indian young minds pouring out their heart and soul onto the pages, ruffling feathers with their views on politics, and inspiring their followers with romantic verses of love.



I. Karuna Ezara Parikh


Karuna Ezara Parikh is a model, multifaceted being, and a travel writer, who went viral for her compelling poem performed for the Women in the world India Summit, on the terrorist attacks in 2015.

Her poetry affects a wide variety of people in many ways, through the art of words that can heal, inspire, enrage and even spark joy in the darkest of spaces inside you. She raised voice upon the world’s ignorance and lack of empathy for equally struck places like Beirut and Baghdad, captured in this striking line:

“Say a prayer for the world falling apart in all corners,

and not simply in the towers and cafes we find so familiar.”

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Her short poems are uplifting, refreshing, and can be found on social media. Being a blogger she writes about her travel experiences and book reviews.


II. Srijan Dubey


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