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Déjà Vu To feel the felt

Author Name: Mohsina R. Khan | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

English poetry has seen a lot of transformation, growth and nourishment in its journey to the 21st century. The aura and aroma though are evergreen as if ensuring that the soul of the poetry is unhurt, cared and caressed in the same legendary manner. 

Emotions, ambitions, inspirations and realisations are embedded over human existence only to make it the most natural event of the universe as rendered by The Almighty.

This book is a treasure for anyone who looks for things to relate. It reintroduces you to a thousand aspects of life such as love and hatred, guilt and introspection, gratefulness and satisfaction, etc. Déjà Vu is a marvellous attempt by Mohsina Khan to help us feel our beautiful existence. 

The pictorial illustrations are impeccable and not only keep the reader engrossed but also speak a lot about the poet’s skills.


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Mohsina R. Khan

Vibrant and vivacious with a verbose tint to her literary forte! That is 19 year old Mohsina whose passion of writing has gradually grown to a flourishing art. Apart from writing, reading and photography are the interests that often fill her leisure hours. With the kind of love and passion that she holds for writing one wouldn't be surprised to know that she penned her first verse at the age of 12. Equally interesting is the fact about her schooling. She opted to join the National Institute of Open Schooling to finish plus two after her senior school exam in order to devote more time to writing. She was born and educated in Bharuch. Now her family with her cat, Liza, lives in Agra while she is a student of literature at Aligarh Muslim University. she loves to write a variety of amusing reads, ballads are her favourite. She won the Grand Prize for her poetry at Katha Utsav-2016 held in Delhi. Being a writer at heart she finds great fun and pleasure in participating in various open mic and literary events. Things, people and places around her inspire her writing. Déjà Vu is her very first but firm step towards a major work of literature.