Voices Within: Sutanuka Ghosh Roy

Sutanuka Ghosh Roy is an Associate Professor English in Tarakeswar Degree College, University of Burdwan, WB, India. She is also a reviewer, a poet, and a critic. She is currently engaged in active research and her areas of interest include Eighteenth-Century Literature, Indian English Literature, Postcolonial Literature, etc. She is a regular contributor to research articles and papers to journals of repute like Muse India, Setu, Lapiz Lazuli, Kitaab, etc. She has guest-edited the July 2020 Issue of SETU on Children’s Literature. Her poems have been anthologized and published in Setu, Piker Press, Harbinger Asylum, etc. The titles of her books are Critical Inquiry: Text, Context, and Perspectives and Commentaries: Elucidating Poetry, Rassundari Dasi’s Amar Jiban: A Comprehensive Study.


Wrapping

Sometimes the day full of sunshine
wraps me 
I soak in the bright rays
and get sautéed with spices 
in the stone decked oven 
with a blend of mozzarella and 
cheddar for 
a synergistic cheese flavour of life!
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Patchwork Quilt

These days I am working
 on a patchwork quilt
I straight stitch the colours of the rainbow
and add a layer of wadding. 
The terrazzo of repeated shape and line,
 the blending and the melding of the stitches
 makes it look like one fabric 
of Ma’s cupped hands.
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