Have you heard of a poet who is also a pediatrician, a ringside doctor and a yoga teacher? On some days, Asha Karami sees three babies an hour or puts an arm back in the socket and on some other days, she is typing on the windowsill behind her laptop. If poetry is a way of acting and resisting, Asha’s words are physical, instinctive and convey a sense of dislocation. Discover her relentless rhythm, giving space to darker matters with disarming honesty and wonderful humor. Asha is not looking for anything, that is not looking for her.