Two Poems by Saara Punjani: A Visit to the Aga Khan Museum

Two Poems by Saara Punjani: Inspired after visiting the Aga Khan MuseumTwo poems: “Museum” and “courtyard, unedited”

Saara Punjani is in her final year of the Juris Doctor program at Osgoode Hall Law School. She enjoys writing free verse poetry. This is a collection of two pieces relating to the Aga Khan Museum. The first, Museum, is a reflection on history, civilization, art, and interpretation. The second piece, courtyard, unedited, was penned while sitting in the Museum’s inner courtyard, and has intentionally been left unedited in order to maintain for the reader, the flow of inspiration as originally felt.

Click here to read two poems: “Museum” and “courtyard, unedited” | saara.

Image photographed by Asif Virani. Asif is a Chartered Professional Accountant and budding businessman from Toronto who enjoys dabbling in photography.​

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