How Not To Remember
What touches Mallika Bhaumik’s poetry is the personal touch to a variety of topics in a fractured and dissolving world. There is the blending of objectivity and subjectivity, an amalgamation of psychic time with history-personal and otherwise. Time as a layered entity with both past and present freezes and sometimes disappears to become a solid ground for the mind to traverse. Inanimate things like stones get expanded into a poetic landscape. The poems are a dance towards and away from poetic limitation, sometimes they falter and at other times the sensual, metaphysical are fused in this movement.
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