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The Torrent from My Soul: Poems of A Born Dreamer
“I never wanted to be a sad poet,
But that's what I always seem to get...
Though sadness makes the sweetest song,
It's joy unbound that my poems long...”
The Torrent from My Soul reflects the thoughts, joys, sorrows, love, hopes and dreams of a young woman common to most of the young people but made different by the way she chose to express it - Poetry...
The Torrent from My Soul is sometimes a search for bliss... Sometimes a letting-go of heart-breaks... Sometimes, acceptance of changes... Sometimes a quest for True Love and sometimes Love itself... The Torrent from My Soul is yet sometimes not a torrent, but a stagnant pond, where when you look in, you can see the reflections of a born dreamer or when you toss a pebble, you can see the ripples that ebb. And as you sail in this Torrent, you can see most of what the poet held all these years...
Through this collection of poignant poems, the poet intends to tell the lonely ones, that they are not alone… And to the sad ones that she understands them... In every sad word penned in the pages, there’s wistfulness. And the poems progress into much eased pain, achieved through writing the pains out.
The Torrent from My Soul is a book that most young people can relate to as a journey they themselves went through at some point of time in their life.
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Before the E-book
Book Launch: The Torrent from My Soul (Paperback, 2011)
The Torrent from My Soul was officially released on May 27th, 2011, Friday at 10.30 A.M.at an inaugural event of the Academic & Cultural Wing of GHMC Calicut, where the poet was a medical student.
Released by : Sri: U.A. Khader (National Academy Award Winning Writer, Left-most)
Received and Introduced by: Sri: Venkitachalam (Renowned Critic & Translator)