( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2019-02-01 12:39:11 )
Do you remember your first love, butterflies, heart-breaks, hard-work, career and how these shaped your life?
The book "Na Kehne Ki To Koi Baat Nahin" is a collection of 51 poems (Hindi and English), in which the author has penned down different feelings that all of us have experienced at some point in the journey of our lives. It has a universal theme and talks about how you move forward to live your life, ironically, sacrificing all you have!
Words flow effortlessly and the poems have a smooth rhythmic structure. The poems take the reader to the exact moment about which the Author is talking about. Everyone can connect to the feelings that the author has depicted through the veil of poetry. It is as if the author can see through you and capture your thoughts and has penned those down.
Here are some lines from the book:
"They say, life is a voyage… Gone is gone!
No! I say.
It’s not just a journey where people are gone with the night,
It’s a piece of soul that clings to the past and rest moves
with all its might!
Standing here, at the end, how can I sleep?
When parts of mine are not in the heap.
To leave this world, leave as a whole,
I have to collect the pieces of my soul!
Where can I find myself? There’s no one place,
I have pieces of own, not a single in solace!
They are shattered…
THERE IS NO ONE PLACE!"
Apoorva Gupta is a Software Engineer by profession. She was born and brought up in Indore (MP), India and is settled in California, USA. She holds a Master’s degree in Computer Software Engineering and Bachelor's in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Writing is her passion and has various short-poems published in her childhood days. She is a national player and has represented Madhya Pradesh in 2008 National Aerobics Championship. This is her debut book which is a series of poems she has written experiencing different phases of life.
The book, published by White Falcon Publishing, is available on Indian and international Amazon channels. Grab your copy now!