Indo-Guyanese Women PoetsMain MenuIndo-Diasporic CurrentsPage 1Rajkumari SinghPage 2Shana YardanPage 3Mahadai DasPage 4Janet NaiduPage 5Sharleen SinghPage 6Natalia SurujnathPage 7Who Have We Silenced?AcknowledgmentsBibliographySaide Singh2a9e06a636eb89311c320b7ffd316e247adb6803
12020-06-21T22:39:04+00:00Saide Singh2a9e06a636eb89311c320b7ffd316e247adb680373plain2020-06-21T22:49:06+00:00Saide Singh2a9e06a636eb89311c320b7ffd316e247adb6803I do not forget the past that had moulded the present. The present is a caterer for the future. I remember logies Barrack-room ranges N-yards. (make a note about the editing here) My grandmother worked in the field. Honourable mention.
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12020-06-20T23:48:24+00:00Saide Singh2a9e06a636eb89311c320b7ffd316e247adb6803They Came in Ships Audio1Audio of Mahadai Das's "They Came in Ships"media/They Came in Ships.mp3plain2020-06-20T23:48:24+00:00Saide Singh2a9e06a636eb89311c320b7ffd316e247adb6803