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Author Name: Sophia William | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

The reason I have titled the book 'Resurrection is, as it has a special meaning to me. Although it was more of an instinct. Having suffered through clinical depression for quite a long time, March 2021 is when a new era began unfolding. Never before have I felt this free, it felt as if I had opened a new door. Thus 'resurrection is symbolic for me, as it resembles a part of me that has fallen into a deep slumber, and my spirit has been renewed, similar to being raised from the dead as what resurrection stands for. 
Thus, my poems portray a rhythm of ups and downs, feelings evolving, being moulded. I hope that these poems can touch people's hearts, even if they may be just one. I wish to pass on the lessons I have learned. The greatest lesson ' Life goes on, death is not an end but rebirth'.

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Sophia William

The poet is currently pursuing her 2nd year in B. A Psychology and plans to do her Master's in Clinical psychology/ philosophy. She took a fascination with poetry at the age of 15 which was when she started penning down her thoughts, opinions, and philosophies. Her works are based on exploring the side of life that is closely connected to mental health wellness, through which one can learn many life lessons. She takes delight in several other forms of art other than poetry, such as sketching, baking crochet, and knitting. Her motto in life is ' Happiness is not granted, but earned'. 
Although having dealt with depression herself, she found new hope in living, and that was for her to learn and grow consciously. She doesn't see any of her struggles as setbacks, but as a lesson well learned, an opportunity to better herself, be one with her true innermost self. To accept the flow of misery, not deny or run from it. Long last, she has found peace in living each day thoroughly with her might and giving her best rather than making a mountain of a molehill.