Monday, February 24, 2014

Book Review: Turquoise Silence: Sanober Khan

Turquoise Silence by Sanober Khan is a volume of poems with an assortment of canto poetry that sums up the writers deepest feelings in relation to existence talk of seconds that flounce our gasp away, of splendour that bewitches the mind, of folks, reminiscences, vistas, echoes in addition to aromas that rouse a sagacity of marvel along with pensiveness.

The corporeal cadaver is present in all of the verses in this stimulating compilation where we are provided instants of the body’s foremost contentment, its agony, its obnoxious veracity, as well as its imminence to transience where there is an implicit longing all over the expressions that move towards at you like it’s just a tête-à-tête in the midst of individuals, save for then it’s akin to she’s conversing thunder.

Of course, thunder, other than also the velvetiness of a just decipherable breeze, along with the corporeal dripping of steady drizzle, and the repressive need of parched sweet warmth to reside in each breathing space, each bit of the tone with the author is one of the able as well as susceptible few who aid us find the way in the consequential torrent.

In consign of the splinters of sense peeped by nearly every one of us most of the periods, the author presents us a consistent sight of the way along which we hustle with the sight every now and then broadens us, formulates us further at abode in the human race, and at others compels us to glance a slight more sombrely at the cosmic as well as startling empty space in the direction of which we are heaved.



Binding: Paperback ♥ ISBN: 9788182534766 ♥ Publisher: Cyberwit ♥ Published: 2014
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