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Wind and Thoughts

Author Name: Shainal Verma | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Wind and Thoughts isn’t merely a collection of poems; it is a sacred thread of emotions—an override of loving and loss. The book touches upon the lost emotions of everyday sociality. Emotions get brought up during conversations and need a welcoming heart to embrace them. This ‘welcoming’ is the core motivation for Shainal Verma, who intends to invite all the readers to introspect and reflect upon their emotions.

Poetry is incomplete without grounding oneself in this simmering pool of emotions. Shainal Verma’s quest is simple, to voice the ‘taken for granted’ emotions as they hold the potential to teach us so much and liberate us. Wind and Thoughts embarks you on a journey of recognizing the different relationships and the value they bring into one’s life, be it a relationship with your mother, father or a friend. It structures down the vast scope of the meaning of love, heartbreak, and what it means to be a woman, making us see beauty in everything, even pain.

Wind and Thoughts is the author’s culmination of pure expression. Before you grasp it, ensure you’re ready to reflect on this roller coaster of life.

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Shainal Verma

Shainal Verma is a Ph.D. scholar at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Her research interests include theorizing gender, caste, popular culture, pedagogy, and women’s movement in India. She is a graduate with a BA (Hons.) in Journalism from Delhi University and an MA in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She realized her love for expression while pursuing Journalism, a subject that encourages different forms of communication and dialogue. It was during this phase that she started writing poetry to evolve as a person. For her, poetry is a part of her existence; it gives meaning to her selfhood. Shainal has used her poetry to talk about different aspects of her life—love, heartbreak, lessons, relationships, mothers, and women, and she hopes to publish more poetry as she learns more about life and herself.

Shainal hopes and believes in the use and dissemination of poetry to improve the social aspects of our lives and believes it works as a tool to listen to our repressed emotions. On most days, you can find her writing about not just the grand but also the banal.