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All the Singing Birds Poetry for Wandering Souls

Author Name: Pragadish Kirubakaran | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

All the Singing Birds is the experience of love, loss, violence and enamoured thoughts articulated in the form of poetry. Expressed in a series of reflections of our metamodernist society, the poems trace our relationship with the world and the luminous intensity we share with creatures around us in a blatantly self-satirical fashion. Raw and laden with musings of a strange wandering, it rationalizes our perception of the world, revealing another side to human nature without losing sight of the enigma.

The idea for this book was jerked in to motion to nourish our own cataclysmic and narcissistic nature with a faint hope that we would observe the blemishes of the human mind in its most unflattering moments. After all, in the grand scheme of things, what is it all worth if we don’t even realize that we are the butt of all jokes? Grab a copy now to get lost in the abyss of dying glory and hopeless vestibule of our existence on this tiny speck of blue dot in a somewhat vast and grand universe filled with stardust.

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Pragadish Kirubakaran and Nikitha Sathi

Pragadish is an author of two books and a former freelance journalist who is focused on building a legacy of mediocrity one day at a time. Though he considers himself a perceptive soul, he is often reminded by his friends that he is neither funny nor very bright, and realization is fast catching up with his reality, so he has taken it upon himself to change that. He wants to radicalize poetry, reinvent the science of flying, disrupt the internet and be the first person to land on Mars. Pragadish is a fun storyteller, but not all of them are true, for instance, some of the misinformation presented in this bio.

Nikitha is the kind of person who would pick dogs over cats (even though she has been rejected by both several times), trees over buildings and wildlife over humanity any day because she thinks civilization is a satire on existence. Apart from bearing the general pain of living as an unamused and cynical ragdoll cat disguised as a person, she spends the rest of her time working as a psychologistin Chennai, where she also lives with her fat dog Sim. She aspires to live in the wilderness one day, away from the din and the drear of urban landscaping and is presently working toward that dream high on memes and low on joy.

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