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03:21 AM An Ode to Rust & Restlessness

Author Name: Moushmi Radhanpara | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

One day everything is fine, you are going about your life as you used to, working, eating, playing, the mornings are bright, the moon isn’t too dark for you, the coffee tastes sharp, the chocolate oozes love, you are happy. But the next thing you know is you are hit by something, a vague invisible gust of air, so full of weight and darkness that the same chocolate bursts of hatred, the coffee of gloom, the moon is too dark and the sun, senseless and blinding.  

03:21 AM, is a collection of poetry trying to bring out these obscure feelings of someone who has no clue how to explain what they are going through, an appeal to make mental health issues just as easily acceptable. The book hopes that someone out there finds solace from the confusing conundrum of the verses and that it further gives a vivid picture of their torments and anguish to their loved ones. Together, we can acknowledge, accept, and overcome.

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Moushmi Radhanpara

Normal outside and a little complicated inside, Moushmi Radhanpara holds a Ph.D. in overthinking but with a master’s in English Literature, dreams of having a real doctorate someday. An ardent believer of femininity and feminism, she also openly talks about mental health. She prefers to live in a fantasy world, finding refuge in a mirage of words- reading and writing. She gets her articles published in newspapers when she is disturbed by what is going on around her or is acutely haunted by humans. Her poetries have been published at various online literary magazines and have also been a contributing writer for anthology collections namely, ‘Mirage’ and ‘The Lockdown Stories’. Her debut poetry book ‘POSIES’ was published in March 2020. She writes and blogs under the name Aesthetic Miradh and in what little time is left after the myriad other redundant humdrums of life, reviews books just for the sake of being called a professional reader. She also has an exciting surprise coming up soon for those who categorize themselves under the ‘F’ word. Relax, we are talking about the feminists out there. For updates about the other foolish fumblings of her life and works visit her at



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