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Silver Bells Chime

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Silver Bells Chime is a collection of verses written over a period of a month and half. It captures various moods of the poet , all very recent. She writes with the inclination to arouse feelings in her readers too, sometimes, perhaps to know their moods and wishes too!

The various moods prevail over seasons, incidents, and happenings now and decades ago that strikes her and she ponders over them, sometimes in askance and at other times as statement.

The poems are depiction of life itself, and are bound to your everyday life and its chores, so that you question too, and wonder!

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Silver Bells Chime is a collection of verses written over a period of a month and half. It captures various moods of the poet , all very recent. She writes with the inclination to arouse feelings in her readers too, sometimes, perhaps to know their moods and wishes too!

The various moods prevail over seasons, incidents, and happenings now and decades ago that strikes her and she ponders over them, sometimes in askance and at other times as statement.

The poems are depiction of life itself, and are bound to your everyday life and its chores, so that you question too, and wonder!

1 review for Silver Bells Chime

  1. Manika Sharma

    A pocketbook that is full of poems to help you live life from a different outlook.
    Silver Bells Chime is yet another amazing poetry book. The book offers a standpoint on a range of subjects, one of them being Hindu mythology. The stories are analyzed from the often overlooked viewpoint.
    It entails how the people have modified the essence of the fable generation after generation and treated it as their all-purpose excuse for selfish behavior.
    Besides this, the poems talk about the happenings of life and the moments we endure. It reminds us how we fail to realize their lessons as we have forgotten to pause. Sometimes, when we “freeze” and don’t process our emotions, the body keeps the score. Later, the past revisits at midnight and haunts us till it’s 3 am or when we find the daylight.
    The book also brings to light how we crave the next best thing in EVERY sphere of life, not just our Instagram feed. We get addicted to this endless cycle of momentary dopamine and long-term despair.
    Elucidating it all, the authoress also says that though there may be rough days, and life may bring you down to your knees, there is something better waiting for you in the long run. You don’t know it yet as it lies in the future.
    The poems take us back to a time in life when our inner child wanted to run on the runway, but it’s hard for our wounded self to acknowledge any happiness. The poet then urges us to sit with ourselves and ask our divine guidance about loving behavior to our inner child.
    The poet then shares the new age meaning of friends in the Gen-Z era. We may have 4000 friends on Facebook but hardly four friends to count on in the real world. We may post birthday wishes on each other’s timelines but have no time to give them a hug in real life.
    Honestly, the world is lonelier than ever, and so the need for mental health professionals has spiked up. The poet briefs how important it is to check on each other in meaningful ways and not let the new shallow norm get in the way.

    To surmise it, I’d say this book will help you gain a new perspective to approach life and its moments.

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