Book Review of
Seasons by Priyam Acharya
A Poetry book that is a compilation of Priyam’s collection of poems, musings, snippets, and thoughts. It comprises of 162 short poems on varied subjects. Though deceptively simple you just might be surprised how profound some of them really are.
Beautifully written there is definitely something that will appeal to each one of us. Covering myriads of emotions like loneliness, love, heartbreak, sorrow, resilience, happiness amongst others, these poems have you visit varied settings and places.
Opening Lines: I remember dining at a quaint cafe last night.
Page Count: 178 pages
Publisher: Notion Press
Publication Date: March 21st, 2019
An eclectic blend of works that has something for everyone.
Despite the fact that I’m not really someone who will pick up and read a Poetry Book, this one had me hooked from the very first poem. The poems so beautifully unfurl that I just kept moving from one to the next, only stopping to revisit some that truly struck a chord.
Crown Shyness, Bosphorus, The Silk Sari, Seasons of Separation, Remain My Secret, Let’s Just Be, Don’t Say A Word are just some of the poems that I particularly loved.
I must say this a pretty impressive first book by the Poetess. Look forward to reading more of her work.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
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About the Author
A lawyer by qualification, artist and writer by passion, Priyam describes herself as dreamy yet determined. After having spent seven years in legal practice, she finally decided to take the leap of faith and began her journey of pursuing her dreams that led her to art and writing.
Priyam loves to read, travel and experience diverse cultures and the history behind the places she visits- exploring every country falling on the ancient Silk Route is one of her craziest travel fantasies. Working on this compilation has been a process of self-discovery for her. Finding her inspiration in the most random events, daily objects and people and the way they behave, she believes that she’s at her happiest and the most peaceful state of being while she writes or paints abstracts.
Based out of Mumbai, she’s happily married to Aaditya, since 2015- whom she also calls her favorite travel buddy and spiritual half. Together, they feature their travel pictures and photographic reflections on day to day life on @thedustysuitcase (Instagram)
Priyam would love to interact with you and hear your feedback. Here’s her email ID [email protected]
You can also give her a follow on Instagram at @priyam.ravi
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