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Expressions.. Sixty Poems

by Sandeep Kumar Jain

Format: Paperback

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The poems of this book deal with themes of nature, sufferings of deprived ones, mundane life of middle class people, sacrifice and valor of soldiers etc. People like ice cream vendors, vegetable sellers, and bank clerks can be seen in poems with a different point of view. The concern for environment in the era of global warming and rising pollution is also apparent in the poems dealing with nature. Some of the poems of this volume have themes based on human relations, man’s place in society and his struggle to achieve his dreams and aspirations. . These poems celebrate various seasons, tell the achievements of humanity and comment on the shortcomings which are still to be removed. Some of the poems may take to a different world and you may not wish to come back from there. While some of the poems bring stark reality before the reader and pose questions on us how can we address them. Some poems will make you laugh while some other will make you able to imagine what is generally not possible. You will surely feel a kind of magic while reading these poems and would relate to most of them.

Sandeep Kumar Jain works as a teacher in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Churhat Sidhi (M.P.).He is an M.A.in Literature from Rani Durgavati University Jabalpur .He is a voracious reader and likes to travel profusely. Apart from Being a Bachelor of Science he is also a Law Graduate from Allahabad University .He is fond of reading books of literature and watching films based on social reform.

He is fond of writing poetry and often makes it a tool of reforming the society. The various aspects of nature also find place in his poems. He often tries to underline the problems faced by common man in his routine life .The subtle touch of human relationship is also one of the subjects of his poems. In his first book ‘Expressions’ his 60 poems are presented which deal with various subjects and moods.








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