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From the vast blue ocean to the infinite cloudy skies up above, ascends the poetry in The Desert of Water.Its poetic acts introduce a totally new anatomy of poetry, where the heart is not under a compulsion to beat, though the words have a rhythm all their own.Listen to the values, joys, sorrows, and fantasies, where “life is always green, provided you are not so fussy about the definition of green!”The book begins with a volcanic eruption of extreme and abnormal thoughts, fired off in a most cynical manner, and exposing our corrupt, flexible morals and ethics. Then the poems take a U-turn to discuss the subjects of day-to-day life, which we find hard to concede, and therefore discard them under the pretext of our so-called busy, modern life.Finally, a high note sounds with the story of the last evening of life with someone special! Our journey can be converted into a more enriching experience when taken in the context of this poetry collection.According to the author, “Words are those beautiful pink roses sprinkled to romance with the language, as we may often presume, but in fact, the moment they are expressed; their coffins are laid down by us in the cemetery of a white paper, pretending to create something meaningful!”

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