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Monday, February 19, 2018

Book review: Solitude and other obsessions




Book: Solitude and other obsessions
Poets: Uma, Binod, Trupti, Shruti and Saurin 
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This book is the result of 5 brilliant poets collaborating. The result is handful of emotions blending together to form a beautiful quilt through words. There is no particular theme or sequence in which the poems are arranged, the random words will take your mind to the soldiers once and bounce back to your partner the very next. The very first poem turned out to be my favorite along with “A constellation of perceptions” The poets have made a good attempt to mirror the obsessions of heart reflected by humans.

To Read or Not To Read

All the words we read or speak are mere combinations of 26 alphabets, yet they are relative to the reader, speaker, listener and writer. Poems function in a similar fashion, so they give a different meaning every time you read them.  Each poem of this book gives a whole new meaning to the concept of poetry. While some words had a good flow and easy to follow, others had be reading and re-reading to understand the context of line. Both are appreciated equally as one style of writing would have certainly got monotonous for reader to follow. Poetry lovers – grab your copy today itself!
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