Monday, January 7, 2019

Finding My Colours

Finding My Colours is a simple scribble of 40 poems that lay bare the fact, there is colour in our daily life. But it is in each one of us to find for ourselves the mysterious reconnection to our imagination as well as self.

Defining Self is a relative term very dependent on the perception – one’s own and people’s opinion. The curious child-side of ‘self’ is constantly pursuing the subtle emotions behind the relatedly unrelated objects, people and situations.

To add, colours have great significance in every culture. It is these elements that let one see into the fragments of colours - in its physical form, sometime imagery, and more carefully in meanings associated.

“Somewhere I have defied the standard rules and let the verse follow the path it lay to take its own voice.”

By The Same Author

•Me, My Friend (Poems) 2009; FOLIO, Kerala, India
•Feeling the Way (Poems) 2012; FOLIO, Kerala, India
•Aisa Kyon? (Poems in Hindi) 2012; Hindi Rashtriya Sahitya Sammelan, Kerala, India
•Me, My Friend (Audio CD of Poems) 2014; Drums Records, Victoria, Australia
•In Knowing (Poems) 2015; eBook , Partridge Publishing

The collection of Poems is my fourth Book of poems in English.

Cover Photo By Deepak Nayar

 Available On:
Finding My Colours : Amazon (In Digital format) - Kindle Edition

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

In Knowing

Life expects awareness and acceptance. There are people we meet, places we visit, see the things we hardly know, and know the known better. Treading the unknown holds the key to being alive.  In Knowing has shades of love, life and wisdom. It is a search, conflict, revelation, and realisation.  

An anthology of seventy poems, In Knowing, is a compilation of previously published poetry from my blog. 

A play of abstract, spiritual, philosophical, inspirational love and life poems, In Knowing, expresses myriad feelings, some defined and some left to conjure. Perceptions, purely perspective, I have chosen words to match the free flow of emotions. That’s also one reason I decided to keep the count of the poems to “seventy”, the number associated with spirituality and sacredness. 

In Knowing, is my third collection of poems in English; the first and the second being Me, My Friend and Feeling the Way respectively. 

Published by Partridge Publishing, the book is my first eBook project. 
Cover Photo By Deepak Nayar

Check Out some of the links:

In Knowing : Google Books

In Knowing : Barnes and Noble

In Knowing: Amazon