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Moon Child - A Book of Poems - cover

Moon Child - A Book of Poems

Rushali Mukherjee

Publisher: Bloomsbury India

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Summary

The book, 'Moon Child' consists of a collection of carefully handpicked poems from the poet's vast collection along with her own hand-drawn sketches. 
 
Poetry is about finding beauty in the details of one's day-to-day life and inspiring others to do the same. A world as beautiful and poetic like this is wasted when someone chooses to overlook a flower growing at the corner of the pavement or ignore the sweet songs that birds compose and perform sing.

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