Book Review No. 6 : “Last Page of a Poet’s Diary”

ANTHOLOGY BOOK : Last Page of a Poet’s Diary

GENRE : Poems

PUBLICATION : Artson Publishing House

First of all, I would like to show my gratitude to the team of Artson Publishing House, especially the compiler, Soniya Kapoor for giving me a priceless opportunity to participate as a co-author in this beautiful anthology & showcase my talent along with the 37 immensely talented authors all over the India.

I have always been a lover of the arts. I partonize every sphere of artistic creativities & feel the essence of this world through my heart. Writing is the most precious among them as with the passage of time , I discovered the majesty of literature & ecstasy of being a writer. Poetry is the thing I have always worshipped & here comes this anthology, a merge of superbly crafted poems from different poets.

The name of the contributing poets are Agnidh Baruah, Khushi Nayyar, Krishna G Nair, Meghna Pattavi, Shambhavi Jha, Sriramya Mula, Vidya Vishwakarma, Anushree Kamath, Payal Kumar, Munna R S, Pragati Bajpai, Asmita Biswas, Chander Shekher, Abhishek Thakkar, Aishwarya, Avani Eileen Purty, Aviral Akash, Kriti Gomber, Kriti Singh, Manali Debroy, Masumi Shah, Muskan Gumber, N Malavika Mohan, Naomi Pandey, Nelaam Merai, Saurabh Rk, Shaivya Morwal, Somesh Srivastava, Tripti Gehani, Vaidehi Gupta, Vanshika Bhatt, Vardaan Pandey, Tulza Kakde, Upen Reddy ,Darshana Chheda, Tritrishna Ghosh & me, Suchismita Ghoshal.

The title “Last Page of a Poet’s Diary” perfectly goes with the theme of this poetry book when the secret world of our diary comes in front of the broad daylight & those confidential confessions or scribbles turn into the heart-warming poems. The poems which heal the heart bewitches the mind & influence the soul have magically been pen-stained here in this book. So, they are known as not only ‘poems’ but also as ‘ambrosia’ of soul.

This book consists of 82 pages & is wonderfully printed with the poems of each author decorated at the first & then comes the detailed introduction part of each author at the end of the book. Every poem has their magical presence, though some of them captivated my mind are listed below:

“How I Find My Home” by Aishwarya
“Angel In Disguise” by Anushree Kamath
“Scars” by Manali Debroy
“Country Love” by Neelam Merai
“Streetlight & Her Moon” by Shambhavi Jha , &,
“The Carnage of Arboretum” by Shaivya Morwal etc.

    Along with the poems, The book cover is attractive too & perfectly matches with the title of the book.

    Overall, this anthology book is a masterpiece creation of Artson & the co-author team.

    I would recommend all the readers as well as the poetry lovers to buy & read the book sooner & share the feedback!

    RATING OF CONTENTS: 5/5

    BOOK COVER RATING : â…˜

    OVERALL RATING: 4.5/5 (Highly Recommendable)

    This book is available exclusively on Amazon website both as paperback & kindle version!

    Link : Last Page of a Poet’s Diary https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07V48P172/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-z0lDbSF1SXJS

    ~©storytellersuchismita

    Author: storytellersuchismita

    Hailing from a small city Malda, West Bengal, Suchismita dreams high to touch the sky. She is an avid reader, writer, poet, muser, scribbler, storyteller, published author, blogger, nature lover, social worker & a freelance model. She will soon complete her graduation in Zoology. She has also completed her advanced diploma in Computer Application. Her debut book titled "Fields of Sonnet" will soon be launched.She aspires to become a great author & book reviewer in the future. She is available on her instagram account @storytellersuchismita & her email id - ghoshalsuchismita019@gmail.com

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