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2015-12-30T17:25:15+05:30
The poem “I Believe” by Brucellish K Sangma was originally written in Garo, a language spoken by the people in the Garo hills in the state of Meghalaya, India. The poet herself translated it from Garo to English, that she did for several of her poems. The ‘K’ in her name stands for ‘Koksi’, seemingly her clan name. Sangma is a prominent figure among the well-known Garo woman poets, and also an educationist and great thinker. Sangma also served as the Director of State Educational Research and Training, Government of Meghalaya. Her famous poems include “A Pair of Spectacles”, “I Believe”, “The Lord’s Burden”, “The Tripper”, “The Query” and “My Window Seat”.

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