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An Introspective Medley To Explore Yourself

Author Name: Tanya Sengupta | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

“There are certain things around us which leave us an experience of a lifetime.” - Tanya Sengupta

Well, as I've quoted my thought above, this book is pretty much all about it. You will get poems on every general (or maybe special) topic related to you. Yes, the book is all about a collection of you – what you see, what you feel, what you think, what you've been through. The language is pretty simple just as the language of our imagination. So you will relate every bit of it to yourself. Go, give it a read! If you want honest, simple poetry in your life, then this is totally it!

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Tanya Sengupta

Tanya Sengupta is a poet, philanthropist and nature lover from Kolkata, India. She started writing poems since she was eight. She loves to spend time with nature, books and music. She tends to feel every bit from the heart and her poems reflect it. Tanya loves to travel and meet new people. Though she is not easily outgoing, she loves listening to life events and stories and write about them in her own style as a poem.

Some of her poems have been featured in newspapers and magazines before. She also writes short tales which has been featured in various pages on Facebook. She loves to work for the underprivileged people of the society because she feels that as humans we have got the power to think rationally and to work with all our might, so we should help out those who don't realize it, and make this world a beautiful place for all.

Tanya’s poems are based on the various people she has seen and the various situations they face. Her writings are mostly in simple language because she wants people to enjoy her poems without the fear of not understanding them. She encourages simplicity in today's complicated life and her poems are the result of her idea.

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