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illuminating darkness

illuminating darkness

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“In a meditative and stoic language, suffused with sensual allusions and allegories merged
together like ‘musical notes’, Anindita’s poems are intimately cathartic and redemptive,
nurturing a reality and that will leave you stunned!”
- Poet, Author & Professor Ashwani Kumar, Mumbai
“Anindita Bose belongs to that long line of debut poets discovered by Writers Workshop.
I Know the Truth of a Broken Mirror had impressed me enough with its raw evocations
of pain, to decide to publish it. So it pleases me now to see that she continues her poetic
journey with her second book.”
- Professor Ananda Lal, Kolkata
“Anindita Bose’s second book of poetry is a collection of 35 poems titled ‘illuminating
darkness - the mystic fireflies’ are finely crafted poems that fuse sense and sensibility with
intensity and insight.”
- Poet, Author, Academician Dr. Sanjukta Dasgupta, Kolkata
“Percy Bysshe Shelley in his poem “Ode to the West Wind” desires the west wind to carry
him like a leaf, a cloud, a wave and then in a moment of poetic dissociation writes the line
“I fall upon the thorns of life! I bleed!” Anindita Bose has experienced the thorns of life and
hence she bleeds poetry – poetry that is full of hope to be carried away like a leaf, a cloud, a
Be it as a poet, be it as the co-founder of Rhythm Divine Poets, be it as an editor of EKL
Review, be it as a verbal skills trainer, be it as a painter or be it as a friend, a daughter, a
sister, she is attached emotionally and has hopes to fly and be the blithe spirit, a skylark.
Her poems emanate from nostalgia, memories almost like a fairy tale filled with hope.
She is the firefly who can illuminate darkness.”
- Poet, Author, Editor & Professor Dr. Amit Shankar Saha, Kolkata
  • Author Name

    Anindita Bose
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    All items are non returnable and non refundable
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