Bookish Witch

Pocket Staples by Pradipty Bhardwaj

Blurb (as on Amazon):

Pocket Staples is a short collection of narrative poems, that portrays the relationship of humans with non-living objects. Each poem takes you on a journey of warm and rustic tales and then leaves a comforting imprint on your heart towards the end. This old-fashioned approach not only sends out a message but also celebrates the simplicities of the earlier times.

Genre: Fiction/Poetry book

Pages: 53

Format: Kindle eBook/Paperback

Price:

  • Kindle eBook: 99 INR
  • Paperback: 199 INR

My Rating: 4.6/5

Pocket Staples is a delightful read full of nostalgic verses around and about life, that takes us back to our roots; the roots we may long have forgotten.

What I liked about the book:

-> Each and every poem takes you on a journey and leaves a lasting impression.
-> Some titles I enjoyed more than the rest are ‘A letter’, ‘It smelled like possibilities’, ‘Witch Hunting’, ‘ A Known Name’, and ‘Casette’
-> Each poem tells a story, sometimes giving you a nostalgic high and sometimes compelling you to think about your thoughts and actions.

Quotable quotes:


-> Will someone weave love for you with emerging

patterns of your favorite colors?
-> At times in our lives, some people influence us in
such a way that even coming across their names
make us relive all those memories again!
->’There may not be anything
in a name’ but there is a priceless emotional
journey attached to a ‘Known Name’
-> The quilt reached his hamlet
There his family dived on the quilt in a delightful conquer.
They were seen sleeping under a caring comforter.
It was your scrap that has warmed them for winters!
Or spend sleepless nights just to keep
you warm and cozy in frosty weather?

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