Bookish Witch

She and other poems by Huma Masood

Genre: Fiction/Poetry

Pages: 66

Format: eBook/PDF

My Rating: 4/5

A collection of 33 poems, this book is a short, mostly sweet, and sometimes thought-provoking read. The words hit right on the message and the format of the book is exceptionally pleasing.

What I liked about the book:

-> All the poems are inspired by our experience of recent times, right from politics to our life in the pandemic.
-> The presentation of the written word is poetry for the eye in itself too. Each section (“She, “Dilemma”, “Inspired”, and “Random Thoughts”) has its own colour and the images used with each poem are imposing.
-> There isn’t one poetry form the author has stuck to, which provides variety in reading. Right from conventional rhymes to crisp haikus, the book has it all.

Book cover taken from Goodreads

Quotable quotes:

-> Go someplace where you can grow
Go to explore paths unknown
Step beyond your comfort zone.

-> Don’t give up.
Keep seeking.
Keep going.
-> Although we face the same storm, some boats are rocked by larger waves. Some struggle, some inspire.

Note: This book is available in eBook/PDF format on BlogChatter. You can download it from here.


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