Your Crib, My Qibla interrogates loss, the death of a child, and a
father's pursuit of language able to articulate grief. In these
poems, the language of memory functions as a space of mourning,
connecting the dead with the world of the living. Culminating
in an imagined dialogue between the father and his deceased
daughter in the intricate space of the family, Your Crib, My Qibla
explores grief, the fleeting nature of healing, and the constant
obsession of memory as a language to reach the dead.