Nitya Swaruba is a lover of words. She began writing poetry from late 2014. This collection of more than three hundred poems is her first book. Hardly influenced or inspired, she discovered this passion over time. Her ability to observe and sense emotions feeds her ideas. Her inspirations come from her self,people around her, and nature. She also draws from others’ experiences. Nitya says, “I don’t have to personally go through stuff to write about it!”
Nitya is a copy editor from Pondicherry, India. She loves watching TV and movies. Her favorite thing to do is to contemplate—the place where she converses with her muse, the thing that lights her words. She is also passionate about nature photography, which at times she collaborates with her poetry.
“Beauty in My Eyes” paints the dramatic irony of wanting to live in a world that destroys.
In “Our Stairway,” you will fall into a dream that feels like eternity, but is it?
“Boomeranged” brings back memories of a time and place irreplaceable.
And what does “Saw You,” the six-word poem, have to say?
Incredibly heartwarming poetry, thoughtful lines about the world, words on love worth engraving are what you will find between these covers. One Flew Over The Heart will also take you on other extraordinary journeys—about nature, the world, free living, time and place, fantasy and dreams, and love—both dark and light. The spontaneous four-liners read at a glance will stay forever with you, and the rare hand-drawn sketches will etch the words in your heart.
The experience of absolute freedom and the true sense of self comes only in the state of singularity. People of the world have always been good followers. They follow their peers, their boss, their clients. Constantly adapting to the ways of others. Oftentimes, a self-proclaimed philosopher becomes Read More...
I hear birds today, more clearly than ever. Balcony door is open ‘cause there’s no honking. No vrooms or zooms, no monster trucks shaking the house. No quarrels and voices being carried over. No people noise. I switched off the fan just to take this further. Oh yeah. Drenched in soundles Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:51 PM
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