Poems for the Young at Heart
Prerna Publication, Feb 10, 2022 - Young Adult Fiction - 62 pages
Prisha is a young, chirpy girl who loves animals, nature, and poetry. She is an avid reader and has read almost 500+ books already, both fiction and non-fiction; her latest fondness is reading about myths and legends. She also loves listening to music and often writes with her headphones on! Kind, compassionate, caring, and witty are words that describe her best. She deeply feels about and speaks on environmental issues, equality, children's rights, etc. Her personality revolves around words, and she firmly believes in the phrase, 'Pen is mightier than the sword.'
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Deific! For her poetic allegories inspire imploration into the unknown or undefined, yet skillfully link everything that one might encounter during the course of one’s seemingly uneventful life back to the sacred realities of our times. Words by verse, the poet reveals invasive and treacherous ways of our kind while offering a divine gift of 'dreams'. Meanwhile, you're here to encounter a deeply personal revelation-what is the cost of these dreams? 'Loneliness' so whispers our masterful Monster. Her seraphic spirit echoes as Germanic heathens could therefore say, along with William Blake, 'For everything that lives is holy, life delights in life; Because the soul of sweet delight can never be defil'd'.
Looking forward to read more of her poems and parables, myths and legends.
Absolutely loved each and every poem by the young soldier. The intricate details of the poem have amazed me as to how such a young person can have a keen eye for things, we as adults fail to acknowledge.
Soulful as a morning breeze, Prisha has made sure that this book leaves the reader delighted and refreshed.