Author: Swarnima Sharma
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"An Artist's Mind Is A Vagabond, It's A Coffer Of Direct And Indirect Discourse, You Just Need To Dig Out His Imagination". The book "Boozy Gait Of A Prattle Pen" is the collection of 46 Interesting Poetries on Passion, Love, Abomination, Art, Phantasm, Mother nature, Motivation etc. For instance SWARNIMA- The Sun's First Ray, Opiate, A Gentleman In a Black Ulster, Pussipanimous, Sun and Moon Doing Loo And Pee, Cupid- The Love God, Vox of Voiceless etc. and 27 miscellaneous Quotes. I hope this book make feel everyone the way I felt there is magic in each word while writing these poetries and hope you'll all enjoy those wonderful poetries and can feel beyond.
“When thoughts gain color through words and blossom in rhythm and tone, a poem is born”.
To start off, that’s an amazing title for a book, piques interest very easily. Boozy Gait of a Prattle Pen shares a collection of 46 poems by Swarnima Sharma on life, love, art, mother nature, motivation and other shades of thoughts along the same line; a random mixture rather!
Each poem stands on its own; they tell a tale, share a thought, and present a quirk. Be it the poem – The ‘Sun’s First Ray’, which comes out like their quibble with the Sun, with a word play with their name itself or the poem – ‘Waiting to inscribe the climax of my life’, where she talks about how she is not even half way on their life and contemplates that she could only share as much and on how their climax of life would be, or the poem – ‘Sun and Moon Doing Loo and Pee’, where she presents the thought on sun rising and moon setting, the ambience of mother nature and about how she creates a masterpiece out of them – they all resonates a bunch of artistic voice of a poet.
It is quite interesting to read what the poet has to share through their words, her piece of mind on what is around you. Some poems brought smile to my face; some sparked my thoughts while some gained my admiration. I loved each one of them and I took a liking to the style of the poet; I would definitely revisit few of them poems again and again, I think it would make a great match to a good voice for recital – it would create an aesthetic ambience easily!
I would love to recommend this book to those who are into poetry and recitals; this one is for you!