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Book Review: Turquoise Silence, by Sanober Khan

As a poet, I believe every verse has the power to share a bit of my heart with the world. How many of those who read will understand it, I do not know, but I still believe in that. In the same way, while reading poems, I try to understand what the poet is conveying through them to me. Then again, a verse may just be a way for the poet to put down a burden from their mind, without conveying anything prolific. That’s why reviewing a poetry book is a little more tough than reviewing a fiction, at least for me. Continue reading “Book Review: Turquoise Silence, by Sanober Khan”