Being an introvert can be a (quietly) frustrating and tiring process for many. Being one herself, Rabia Kapoor decided to speak up for her kind and came up with a rib-tickling, witty and thoughtful spoken word poem that leave you in equal parts of awe and admiration! Check out our first poem from our The Poetry Lounge session in collaboration with The Poetry Club, Mumbai!
What the hell does it even mean to extroverted?
How does one just naturally have so much confidence in the weirdest shit churning up in their heads that escapes their mouth within a fraction of a second, but the person sitting in the corner of the room with a brilliant mind, stays mum?
How do the people with more power over words fall into shadows when a loud, irritable but a social darling takes over the conversation?
This is the frustration of an introvert coming out through this brilliant piece of spoken poetry in this video uploaded by Kommune India which is rendered out by Rabia Kapoor, daughter of actor and director, Rajat Kapoor.