Thursday, July 14, 2016

Review- Thousand Unspoken Thoughts by Prerna Khatri


Thousand Unspoken Thoughts’ Brings Together The Collection Of Poetry Of An Amateur Poet Who Uses Words To See Through The World. Prerna, Though Being An Advocate By Profession Believes That Writing Is Where Her Heart Lies. The Collection Is A Passage Through Her Mind, Where Innumerable Dreams And Aspirations, Are Brought Down To Ink. Her Writing Is Not Confined To Any Age Group; Hence, No Censor Certificate Is Required. Keeping That Thought Aside, She Believes In The Power Of Ink, And Her Poems Stand As Witness.

Release date: July 29th, 2015
Published by: Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd
Page numbers: 97


I have to start by saying that I'm not a poetry reader by any means. This is one of the first few poetry books I've read. Thousand Unspoken Thoughts by Prerna Khatri is a compilation of 50 poems which range from diverse topics. Luckily, I had an opportunity to read this book and I was curious to read a poetry book, especially by an Indian author. I liked reading Thousand Unspoken Thoughts.

I couldn't identify a definite theme in the book except that all the poems are in some way or the other related to life and emotions. Prerna Khatri's writing style is simple and engaging. The simplicity of the words she weaves definitely made it easier for me to understand her poems. I think this would be a great read for someone who is just getting into or trying to get into poems like me.

Prerna Khatri clearly expresses her thoughts on different topics and I'm sure everyone would be able to relate to at least one of the poems out of the fifty present. Frankly, I don't know what else to say about this book. It was a quick read but a few of the poems definitely packed a punch for me. A few that I enjoyed were Let's Talk!, On Change, My Voice and A Blessing. I'll leave this review by giving an example of one of the poems I liked from the book-

8. On Change

In the rising and falling of the waves,
In the waxing and waning of the moon,
In the constantly varying mood swings,
Realization struck; nothing stays constant.
And change is in constant motion.

*Note: A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. We thank them.

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