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Eternal Skies

Author Name: Aditi Goyal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Eternal Skies can be your companion across the entire spectrum of your moods. From pepping up your dipping spirits, to topping your bubbly times with charm and wonder, this collection of poems and verses can serve as food for your soul.

It is an assortment of poetries and prose on love, life, nature and spirituality. The poems are presented in varied literary forms, including palindromes(yes, poems that read the same from first word to last or vice versa), shape poetries, villanelle, twin acrostic, haikus, senryus, free verses and other metrical forms.

This book is ideal for lovers, nature admirers and spiritual seekers. It’s for you if you love life, or long for poetries that soothe your heart and soul.

So grab a copy, to set out on an eventful journey to explore the brighter side of this creation with Eternal Skies.


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Aditi Goyal

Aditi writes to talk out loud about the oodles of goodness that life has to offer. Viewing through her lens, this lifetime is a bundle of opportunities gift-wrapped with uncertainty. She firmly believes in exploring one’s potential to its optimum, grabbing and spreading joy along the way. Her poetries and verses are a doorway to catch a glimpse of the plentitude that existence has in store for each one of us. Being an IITian herself, she is a Physics faculty, coaching students for competitive exams while teaching them to admire the beauty of science, nature and life. After working with a consulting MNC, she switched to teaching to pursue her heart’s call. Her writing streak was conceived in her early childhood when she first saw her Grandpa’s collection of poems, and it grew as she discovered the colors of life with her love for science and spirituality.