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The Fragrance of Sunshine

Hurricane of words yet a pleasant chill of winter – Fragrance of Sunshine

The Fragrance of Sunshine
by Sadaf Shakeel

The cover of the book is very eye-catching, A single sunflower symbol of many emotions. The Fragrance of Sunshine by Sadaf Shakeel, is a confluence of so many emotions, straight from the Authors’ heart. The fragrance of Sunshine is divided into 5 sections and has a collection of 164 poems. Sadaf Shakeel’s writing style is blooming. As the Title of the book says her Poetries are like Fragrance of sunshine.

Some of her poems and one-liners smack right on your senses giving you a new perception of yourself and the people around you.

The poems are easy to understand, the language is smooth and soothing. There are veiled layers and raw thoughts beneath those words, making you reread them again. Her poems paint vivid pictures on your soul, Hurricane of words yet a pleasant chill of winter. Moreover, the speaks the language of the deep soul. Though there were some poems I did not like at all or to rephrase the sentence, I wasn’t able to connect with them.

Do I recommend it?

Yes, it’s a must for all poetry lovers and the budding poetry lovers this book will make you fall in love with poetries.

I give it 3.5 stars

About The Author

Sadaf Shakeel hails from Patna and lives in New Delhi, India She holds a Masters Degree in law from Jamia Millia Islamia.

She developed a keen interest in writing when she was a child and uses her words to express what she observes. She is also a social butterfly and loves tracing stories in people’s eyes.

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