For Tialila Kikon, poetry has always been her first love. Based in Dimapur, Nagaland, she is a lecturer by profession. Tialila Kikon teaches Literature at Peren Government College.
After graduating from St Joseph’s College, Jakhama, Tialila did her post graduation in English literature at NEHU Shillong.
Deeply in love with poetry, Tialila is inspired by life, love, nature and believes that humanity is the only religion that can heal the world.
Paper Cranes is Tialila’s Signature Work honoring the gift of Paper Crane Maker, Sadako Sadaki. A survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan August 16, 1945, Sadako Sadaki created paper cranes as a means to heal from her loss and grief.
Her work has been published and acknowledged from around the world, especially among fellow artists.
The Naga Republic presents some of her works