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 "The Untold Strings" - An Anthology of Love Poems - cover

 "The Untold Strings" - An Anthology of Love Poems

Dr Surendra Singh

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

The Untold Strings' is not only a book but a shuttle to transport feelings of love heart to heart. In modern time where love has lost its real form, this book plays an important role to revive this divine instinct in human heart. Due to decaying divinity from human life, the world continues to turn into the devil's home. His poem 'Feel Your Heaven in You...' sheds clear message of self love. In one of his poems, 'Begin Love to Flourish Life's he explores how love makes our life beautiful. Sometimes in the poems of this book, 'Love' spells in fully celestial form. The destiny of man or woman is written in the language of love, this philosophical outlook thoroughly visible in all his poems as 'Luck and Love' is an example of it. No doubt this book 'The Untold Strings' proves it's title absolutely as love strings possess so dignity that it cannot be expressed in words. Like the emergence of divinity in ones life, love makes it godlike. This Book 'The Untold Strings' is an attempt to bring together- broken relations, lost love, healing wounds and divine love culture. Small size of poems gives readers ease of reading and understanding.
Available since: 10/18/2022.
Print length: 115 pages.

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