The Lonely Drummer and Other Poems takes the reader through a gamut of human emotions and feelings and tickles the reader’s imagination and curiosity levels as well. If the Lonely Drummer talks about the fate of a performing artist, the Memoir of a Currency Note deals with a first-person account of a currency note’s life journey and how it is similar to humans as well. The Blue Book is a poem of the suspense/mystery genre and is sure to appeal to the curiosity level of the reader. There are poems based on Alliteration (Striking Storm, Butter Biscuit), Limericks and other styles (prose, non-rhythmic) which talks about our connection with nature and how we can take a few learnings out of it (The Floating Messenger, The Long Walk). The younger readers can also expect to read and enjoy some lesser known facets about our solar system, scientific discoveries, and history in a few other poems (Signs of Science, Original Nine, The Brightest Jewel).