Feminist Poetry Apothecary

Welcome to the Feminist Poetry Apothecary. A Feminist Poetry Apothecary? Yes, you read right. Poems, especially Feminist poems have been the backbone of KrantiKali’s inspiration. in fact feminist poems have seen us through a lot of ups and downs in the four year’s that we have existed. Hence, the apothecary that too a feminist poetry one at it.

We have curated a list of feminist poems from womxn from the Global South in this archive we hope they bring you closer to yourself and the world.

The Dance of the Eunuchs – Kamala Das

मैं तैनू फ़िर मिलांगी – Amrita Pritam

Bridge in Making – Nandini Sahu

One Eyed – Meena Kandasamy

To Youth – Sarojni Naidu

I want to break open – Susan Nguyen

A Woman Speaks – Audre Lorde

Homage To My Hips – Lucille Clifton

Poem in Praise of Menstruation – Lucille Clifton

We Sinful Women – Kishwar Naheed

The River of Girls – Tishani Doshi

Kyunki Mein Ladki Hoon Mujhe Padhna Hai – Kamla Bhasin

Girls Are Coming Out of The Woods – Tishani Doshi

Tissues – Imtiaz Dharkar

My Gender Is My Race Is My Gender – Alok-Vaid Menon

Women In The Waiting Room – Kiurn Kapur

Yr Not Exotic, but Once Ya Wanted to Be – Tarfia Faizullah

Daughter-Mother-Maya-Seeta – Reetika Vazirani

Power Poem – Audre Lorde

It Was The Animals – Natalie Diaz

Handwritten Preface to Reverse The Book – Bhanu Kapil

We Used Our Words // We Used What Words We Had – Franny Choi

Let Me Handle My Business, Damn – Morgan Parker

Even Gods – Nicole Sealey

Tomorrow’s Woman – Greta Bellamacina (Part 1) (Part 2)

You Can Watch Me Undress – Melissa Lee-Houghton

Recreation – Audre Lorde