Three Poems

By Pallavi Padma-Uday

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Pallavi Padma-Uday is a writer, journalist and business historian based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 2021, she was recipient of a writing grant from Centre for Creative Practices in Ireland, supported by the Irish Arts Council, for her second poetry collection. Her first poetry collection ?Orisons in the dark? is forthcoming in 2022. She is an alumnus of London School of Economics and is currently researching the evolution of social capital in Indian business in the 20th century at Queen?s University Centre for Economic History in Belfast. She tweets at @ecnhistorienne.

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