Title : Thousand Unspoken Thoughts
Poetess : Prerna Khatri
“Don’t use the phone. People are never ready to answer it. Use poetry.”
― Jack Kerouac
‘Thousand Unspoken Thoughts’ brings together the collection of poetry of an amateur poet who uses words to see through the world. Prerna, though being an Advocate by profession believes that writing is where her heart lies. The collection is a passage through her mind, where innumerable dreams and aspirations, are brought down to ink.
Her writing is not confined to any age group; hence, no censor certificate is required. Keeping that thought aside, she believes in the power of ink, and her poems stand as witness.
My View : ‘Thousand Unspoken Thoughts’ brings an eloquent opportunity for readers to dive into the pool of poetess’ thoughts and touch her expressions expressed through words.Poetess has planned a delightful journey for the readers of climbing fifty rhythmic voices of her heart. Poetess’ flute touches everyone’s heart,as they play the tunes that everyone can comprehend and enjoy,as the rhythmic voices of her heart are so simple in nature.
In this book, poetess raises the veil of her Unspoken thoughts and showcases them in the coil of words. Poetess talks about dreaming,killing the fear within us,being yourself,nature of being envy,raises questions about life,waiting for the beloved,echo of inner voice,words for true love,tears of poor children and so many other flavours she has prepared for her readers.
Poetess mold her thoughts in such a simplistic manner that even newbie would find it a task as easy as pie.Her thoughts reveal the ingredients of her heart,a blend of several emotions,changing its colour at every next moment,making readers go on a bumpy ride with her, and taste all the flavours she has poured out in this book.
Some poems are so straightforwardly told that it felt like the rhythm is missing and her thoughts need to dig a bit,to squeeze the emotions of her heart completely and let them flow in the book.Poetess doesn’t adopted a specific form of poetry to share her thoughts, rather she used free style to let her thoughts shape in any shape of container it is destined for.Readers don’t need to have specific knowledge about poetry to go through this book.
Mentioning the title that pinched my nerves :
The Birth Of An Idea!
Solitude,my only Friend!
Carry Me Home
Return Home, My Son!
Rating : 4.2/5
Reviewer : Shweta Kesari