IND | Conjunctive Pluralisms, or Bunches of Stories

Katha Manjari

Conjunctive Pluralisms,
or Bunches of Stories

. . .

Boxers and Earnings
Brahmins and Tigers
Buddhists and Emperors

. . .

Chandras and Talismans
Charities and Ruchikas
Crows and Tricksters

. . .

Demons and Fig Trees
Distances and Jaggeries
Dungs and Donkeys

. . .

Elephants and Rats
Energies and Chakras
Evil Spirits and Ranks

. . .

Fardhis and True Tales
Fools and Fishing Rods
Foxes and Stray Dogs

. . .

Ghosts and Ganeshas
Grifts and Fruiteries
Gurus and Chelas

. . . .

Haris and Bhajans
Homas and Ryots
Hunters and Monkeys

. . .

Kalikayas and Matas
Kings and Parrots
Kirtans and Storytimes

. . .

Lamplighters and Fools
Lakshmis and Initiations
Lilas and Ramayanas

. . . .

Mandalas and Watchmakers
Masters and Horsekeepers
Merchants and Buffoons

. . .

Oms and Pranayams
Omens and Statuaries
Ostriches and Sandstorms

. . .

Policies and Prices
Potters and Peons
Princes and Viziers

. . .

Ramakrishnas and Kumaras
Reliquaries and Vedantas
Robbers and Mudras

. . .

Sanyasis and Cranes
Spendthrifts and Misers
Swans and Washerwomen

. . .

Talukas and Birdbaths
Tamils and Mussals
Triptychs and Discs

. . .

Udanas and Rasikas
Upanishads and Poetics
Urchins and Infinities

. . . . .

Poet: Susan Powers Bourne
Source: Katha Manjari
Process: List poem of chapter titles
augmented, pluralized, rearranged

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