- Sept. 24, 2013
-- All poems in "A Grain of Sand" leave no doubt in the reader’s mind that the poet has aptly used modern imagery. This is quite evident in impressive condensations visible in several poems.
An anthology of poems, this book gives an insight into introspection, self-discovery and self-realization, which are the three most important pillars of a man’s ego. It takes a ride into a gamut of emotions in the likes of love, life, hope, solitude, despair, quest in life and quest behind life.
From the cobwebs spun over self-identity to the epiphany on a sudden realization, from the delusions perceived in life to the conviction of faith and hope, from the labyrinth that is love to the inconceivable power of a human bond, from the psychology and aftermath of war to the general musings in life, this anthology covers the genres of romance, war, psychology and revolves around the most subtle, yet stirring aspects of human emotions.THE AUTHOR
The author is an engineer by education, a patent analyst/attorney by profession, a lawyer in the making, but a writer at heart. Based in Delhi, she hails from the misty mountains of Uttarakhand. She is a fun loving person and an independent soul who lives in the moment, but can get very introspective at times. She intends to undertake almost all the adventure sports in her life and travel less travelled places round the world. An epitome of confusion and indecisiveness, a pseudo-drama queen, she is often lost in a restaurant in deciding over the choice of meal. Her idea of enjoying is to eat good food and plan trips over a cup of coffee with friends. Passion is a driving force and she believes that passion can make a person ‘lift the Olympus’ (aim for the impossible). She writes because there is no other way for her but to write. Writing is her catharsis and her passion. She writes at www.stutidhyani.com.
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