Thoughts that breathe

I Me Myself includes poems written by people from different professions

Thoughts that breathe


“The talented poets worked on the theme ‘thoughts that breathe and words that burn’. The anthology comprised winning and selected poems from noted poets as well as first time poets,” said Karuna Sivasailam.

The book included the poems written by Chandini Santosh, Debashish, Heera Karta Dalwari, Radhika D Shyam, Madhura Mukopadhyaya, Ekta, Chetana Jeevan, Shwetha Shrivastav Vikram, Meenakshi, Vaijayanti S, Manjul Bajaj, Rajeev Chandrashekar, Jaya Madhavan and many more who hailed from different professions.

Vaijayanti S, one of the poets, expressed her happiness about the programme.
She said, “A couple of my poems namely Another Diary, Boat House, Listen to the Rainfall and Some Nights are included in the anthology. In Another Diary, I advocated that months come back but not the year. Through my poems, I am discovering myself.”
The poem-reading session was quite interesting. The poets read out their poems with the right expressions and effectively. Most of the poems revolve around the world inside themselves.

Rajeev Chandrashekar, shared his idea on how poetry comes out spontaneously. “I’ve been writing for 40 years proving that mechanical engineers also have a heart and that they can also write. Any incident which strikes my mind, will come out as a poem,” he revealed.
A good number of volunteers came forward to read out their favourite poems in a participation session.

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